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NEW 



TOPOGRAPHICAL ATLAS 



OF SURVEYS 



PLYMOUTH COUNTY 

TOGETHER WITH 

TOWN OF COHASSET 

NORFOLK COUNTY 

MASSACHUSETTS 



CONTAINING 

THIRTY-SEVEN DOUBLE PAGE MAPS, IN COLORS, OF THE CITY OF 
BROCKTON, AND TOWNS OF THE COUNTY; TOGETHER WITH A 
DOUBLE PAGE MAP OF THE UNITED STATES AND THE STATE 
OF MASSACHUSETTS, AND A HIGHWAY MAP OF PLYMOUTH COUNTY. 






BASED UPON, AND CAREFULLY COMPILED FROM, 
THE LATEST NATIONAL, STATE AND LOCAL ENGINEERING SOURCES OBTAINABLE, AND THE PERSONAL INVESTIGATIONS AND SURVEYS OF THE 

PUBLISHERS' SPECIAL CORPS OF ENGINEERS. 

UNDER THE DIRECTION OF J. E. JUDSON, C.E., CHIEF. 

CONSULTING LOCAL ENGINEERS 

CHARLES W. HOWLAND, E. B. & C. L HAYWARD, CHARLES R. FELTON, HARRISON L HOUSE. FRED. W. HERSEY, STEPHEN LITCHFIELD, Jr., WALTER B. FOSTER. 
FRED. W. SHERRY (Boston), WALTER H. BEALS, CHESTER E. WESTON, DANIEL N. TOWER, GEORCE M. HOOPER, THOMAS A. CHURBUCK, LYMAN P. THOMAS. 

PUBLISHERS' CORPS OF ENGINEERS AND DRAUGHTSMEN 

ROGER H. PIDGEON, HAROLD E. HALFPENNY, THOMAS FLYNN, WILLIAM C. FRONK, CHARLES A. POTTS, PAUL STICKNEY, 

ROBERT H. HOGG, HAROLD H. RICHARDS, CHARLES F. WHITE. 



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THE L. J. RICHARDS GO. 

CARTOGRAPHERS & PUBLISHERS 

SPRINGFIELD 

MASSACHUSETTS 

1903 



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TABLE OF CONTENTS 



PLYMOUTH COUNTY ATLAS. 



Towns. Plate. 

ABINGTON 5 

BRIDGEWATER 8 

BROCKTON CITY 1 

CARVER 33 

DUXBURV • . . 11 

EAST BRIOGEWATEK 8 

HALIFAX 15 

HANOVER 14 

HANSON 10 

HINGIIAM IT 



Towns. Platk. 

HULL 19, 20, 21 

KINGSTON 11 

LAKEVILLE 22 

MARION 23 

MARSHFIELD 27 

MATTAPOISETT 24 

MIDDLEBOROUGII 25 

NORWELL 17 

1*EM BROKE 10 

PLYMOUTH 2 



Towns. Plate. 

PLYMTON 15 

ROCHESTER 30 

ROCKLAND 30 

SCITUATE 31 

WAREHAM 33 

WEST BRIDGEWATER 8 

WHITMAN 5 



NORFOLK COUNTY. 



COHASSET 



36 



Town Sections. 






In Town of. 


Plate. 


Abington Abington .... 





Abington Village . 






.. Marshfield . . . 


. 32 


Alpine Grovk . . . 






. Lakeville . . . 


09 


Assinippi 






. Norwell and IIanoy 


ER 14 


Barker Town Beach 






. Scituate .... 


. 32 


Bay View 






. Wareham .... 


. 34 


Brant Rock .... 








32 


Beechwood .... 






. CoHASSETT. . . . 


. 30 


BRIDGEWATER . . . 






. BRIDGEWATER . . 


. 9 


Bryantville . . . 






. Pembroke .... 


. 15 


ClIIETONYII.I.E . . . 






. Plymouth .... 


4 








. West Bridgewater 


. 8 










30-37 










. 24 


i bow Point .... 






. Hingham .... 


. 18 


DUXBURY 






. Duxbury .... 


. 12 


East Bridgewater . 






East Bridgewater 


. 10 












East Wareham . . 


















. 10 


England Cur. . . . 






. Wareham .... 


. 34 










. 12 


Everson, R. A., Plan 








. . 15 


Sub-Plan . . . 






. . Lakeyille . . . 


. 22 










27 


Great Sandy Bottom Pond 


. Pembroke .... 


. 15 












. 14 






Fatherly Rockland. . . . 


. 2!t 


Hingham Hingham .... 


. . 18 






Humarock Beach .... 

# 

Joe Hooker Beach .... 


Scituate .... 


. 32 


. . Lakeyille . . . 


. 22 





Town Sections. 


In Town op. 




Plate. 




Kingston 


. . . Kingston . . . 






13 












22 












oo 




Lakeville 


. . . Lakeville . . 






22 




Manomet : 


. . . Plymouth . . . 






4 




Marion 


. Marion .... 






23 

27 


Marsefiei.d 


. . . Marshfield , . 












27 




Mattapoisett 


. . . Mattapoisett . 






21 




Middleborough . . . . 


. . . Middleborough 






20 




Moni'onsett Land Co. {'■'• 


Jans) . Pembroke . . . 






15 












4 

24 


Moser Farm Beach . . 


. . . Mattapoisett . 




Monument Heights . . . 


. . . Wareham . . . 






34 




Nelson's Groye . . . . 


. . . Lakeville. . . 






2° 




Nemasket Park . . . . 


. . . Wareham . . . 






34 




North Abington . . . . 


. . . Abington . . . 






5 




North Carver 








85 




North Hanover . . . . 


. . . Hanover . . . 






14 




North Middleborough . 


. . . Middleborough 






22 




North Plymouth . . . . 


. . . Plymouth . . . 






3 




North Plimpton . . . . 


. . . Plympton . . . 






15 




North Scituate . . . . 


. . . Scutate . . . 






32 




North Scituate Beach 


. . . Scituate . . . 






31 




Norwell 


. . . NORWELL . . . 






17 




Oakland Beach . . . . 


. . . Pembroke . . . 






15 




Oldham Pond Land Co. 


. . . Pembroke . . . 






15 












31 




Paper Mill Village . 


. . . Bridgewater . 






8 




Pico Beach 


. . . Mattapoisett 






21 
34 


Pilgrim Park .... 


. . . Wareham . . . 




Pine Bluff 








2'* 
22 


PlNEHURST 


. . . Lakeville . . . 












15 

34 


Point Independence . 


. . . Wareham . . . 



Town Suctions. 


In Town of. 


Plate. 


Plymouth 


. . Plymouth 


3 


Plymouth (Sub-plan A) . 


. . Plymouth . . . 


. . 4 


Plymouth Park .... 


. . Wareham . . . 


. . 34 


PLYMPTON) 


. . Plympton . . . 


. . 15 


Rexhame 


. . Marshfield . . 


. . 27 


Rochester 


. . Rochester . . 


. . 30 


Bock 


Middleborough 


. . 3u 


Rockland 


. . Rockland . . . 


. 28, 2!i 


Scituate Harbor . . . 


. . Scrri ate . . . 


. . 31 


Scituate Centre .... 


. . Scituate . . . 


. . 12 


Scotland 




8 


Ska Rivers Association 


. . Marshfield . . 


27 


Second Cliff 


. . . Scituate . . . 


. . 32 


Sea View 


. . Scituate . . . 


. . 27 


Shell Beach 


. . Mattapoisett . 


. . 24 


Silver Lake Land Cm. . 


. . Pembroke . . . 


. . 15 






. . 35 


South Hanover .... 


. . Hanover . . . 


. . 14 


South Hingham .... 


. . Hingham . . . 


. . 18 


South Middleborough . 


. . Middleborough 


22 


Sol in Wareham .... 


. . Wareham . . . 


.35 


Sxandish Point .... 


. . DlXBURY . . . 


. . 12 


St ite Farm 




8 


Swift's Beach 


. . Wareham . . . 


. . 34 


Tim: Precinct 


. . Lakeville . . . 


22 


Tli F.MONT ........ 


. . Wareham . . . 


. . 35 


\V UtEIIAM 


. . Wareham . . . 


. . 3T 


Wareham Centre . . . 


. . Wareham . . . 


. . .-,5 


West Bridgewater . . 


. . West Bridgewat 


ER . 10 


Westdale 


. . West Bridgewat 


ER . 8 


West Hanover .... 


. . Hanover . . . 


. . 14 


West HlNGHAM .... 


. . Hingham . . . 


. . 18 


West Wareham .... 


. . Wakfiiam . . . 


. . 35 


Whitman 


. . Whitman . . . 


. . 7 



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PLATE 8 




— SceJe 500 feet to one /net? — 



Lot Owners' Reference 

HALE ST 
/ /=: D. Bmrr 

2 SAoe factory, _ _., , 

J \*ri/Jer Est 

3 Tack ■■ ) 

4 J. Wat/ Est. 

5 P O'Fe/ttey £st. 

6 M.J.Atattisey 

7 B. Bray/ey Est. 

8 F. H-tdrmayer 

9 G. F. JP/cAerson 

10 J. rYett/rrer 
// S.tC. Eaton 
/2 L.H.DyAe. 

/J ^eaA/.s./Vea/**/ 
A? Geo.ttotmes 
tS ' 



I 



PLATE 9 



Stetson St. 

t F. /I. Bracket 

2 /). AfarsAa/t 

3 HS. Afac ttieny 
4- F. ny//e 

5 £ . /!. Pratt 

6 C. S. //tivoooi\ . 
\ 3 ho 



Central So. 

/ Br i dot water tnn. 

J G. J. O/cctt. 

2 /?. J. £/wet/ 

3 

4. 

5 Prophet & Fatr6ank's 

6 Zoiva/ ht/)LL 

7 Cong- CAurcA 

8 J7rs.C.IVast>6urn £st, 

9 At/si C 'WasA/>vr/7 
/0 Ft. J. £/„ e /t 

// Braman Bro* 
12 £ J. Murptty's Stad/e 
/3 Jt/ason/c Bt<ty. 
14- T. W. CrocAer 
tS C. JVT St>a* 
t6 t.o.o./r Btdy. 
t7 T. Keith £tt 
t8 Posr Off/ce 
■■ BridgewaterSav. BanA 
/9 /\. I. S/m/nons 
20 . .. 




— Village of — 

BRIDGEWATER 

— Scale; I inch =*4oo Feet. — 






PLATE 10 



UNION ST. 



T s M ftounser/ite ZtfC /TC/f/t . 



CENTRAL ST. 



TS.tt #ounscr/ifc 
I Lucy Morton 

5 /? /.oucrotT. 
<*(/ M.Mutter- 
7M*f&ton/c Su//ofing 

9 Mary G Vinton 

I? C. i. n>ooc/»*rtt £e* 

1Z • •' " v 

13 F/rc Ocpt.b2.octr Up in r 

M M.tjyg&oes- 

IS • • 

It ft.Car-K 

17 J./lticsrr? 



19 Mrs A -/Org 



A CMGOSsEsf, 
5 M&ry G y/nron 
b At C rVf:6brr: 
7 frwnA Snf/tn 
bf.S tvnitm&rsn . 
3 A" Hunting, 

II /At stutter- 
IZ FCJVotfer- 
13 • - 
14 

15 



V/LLAGE OF 



EAST BRIDGEWATER 




Map Plymouth County . 



TOMV/V OF 

D UXBURY 

PLYMOUTH COUNTY 

£300 feet to one inch. 








I fill 

I \\\ 

EBIIJWSi ! i 


iill I ii 1 l f v 1 

iHilifhllil 

5 ; ? 1 H 

i : 3 

g 

j Mi ' 



S 




PLATE 12 






V/LLAGE OF 



l DUXBUEY 



TOWN OF DUXBURY 

<5co/e SOOfeef fo one //?c/?. 



SOUTH* (pUXBTIRY 



PLATE 13 



REFERENCES 



BLACKWATER PA** 

C.Maskell Bates 





Osaorrr 
Mc/to/i J 



Jacobs 



"j8 



«J 



---'Qi- 





MAI 




C«*l 





c® 




S^^ /°IAN 



ASSINIPPI P.O. 



TOWN Or HANOVER 

Scate 500 feef to one /he/? 




PLATE 14 



t 






■ 3 S. *&<£[/ 

■• S G.r ro/m&s? fsr 
• 6 C.£J3r-otv/r. 
" 7 C £~- Turns/* 



y 



N 



f ■ ^ 



AfrsA<J 




/Y Goodr/C/7 9 \ 
G Curtis g 



Mo ."Sfreeban^ 
f/Pfoote 



I </.£ltre//e. 
, A POO/ ' \*3nuieM& 




w 







UMONO 
\CHOOl 



SUB RLAN 
HANOVER FOUR CORNERS 



HANOVER P.O. 

TOW A/ OF HANOVER 

<Scate 500 feet to one /'net/. 



rotvA/ or 

HAN OVEE 



PLYMOUTH COUNTY 

Sca>/e /760 feet to //hen. 






/•re of 
A-es7G4r// 



O ,*' 



Index Map Plymouth County . 



K 




\ 



-PREFERENCES 






COUKTYl tTATC teUt/DAUr U*t 





. ] 


<H 


Tm/M eeunBn»r imr 


. 








rem* gw*0A*r »Mii*txT 






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CONTOUR L,HC 




f«* 


B 


/tents t a.tvATia/i r*r romtt 






fvwc *OADo*3Tnnr - 

fWVATt fJJC 


— ; 


— ■ 




/*0* A*«0»1 


>B 














STMt UHf 














MIL.*?*.- OtOttlHt AT IKAOS 








ManoAO tome unot* muMtie aqao 
MAMjtoto seats mat *uauc mad 








^L 


OtfAKAr 






■ 








m 

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£3 


M4*ll,fTA*L* V IO£ HOOSt 






E3 
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rurt trtomurt*.... 


.... 





''r"7<2y 



S?V/~/£y&^7 L - 




-sr^XT 



Geo 



ST 



S/nttt 



-ttshs- 



I* 






SUB RLAN 




£i 



WEST HANOVER P.O 

TOWN OF HANOVER 

<Sc<s/e SOOfeef to one /ncA 



0»-P/??s*e^m™jr stet son 
' Mte£le,iy/7h'>£m^%r e , / ;f 

Mrs US Totsyeffl" 

I lvfter<S. Hunt « 
' Zy/m9/7/?vsse//^0j 
\C Ay/'/er'&r- 
\ ^jji^Gei/C/tijsse/^. 

— ji- 



JBfCMWW*** 

TACKfACrr 

^stai>/is/ied 
/86o 



\ 




SUB RLAN 

SO. HANOVER P.O. 

TOWN Or HANOVER 

Scote SOOfeefto one /'net?. 



•% 



<#' 



I 



jEst I 




&■ 




Pm/ll/ps S. So/v 
.. . Factory 

ESTABLISHED 
/8SO 



&v>r 



•SG&roOA. 



A m 









--"4-1 






/CC//H 

cr-. 




V » 






SUB PLA/V 



GXr-00- - 



O.HANOVER P.O 

TOWN Or HANOVER 

Scafe 500 feet to one /net? 



CASK 



n 



At??//?hp 



GO //&&;/> J£ ip 






<ws /ft///, 0&,/ e y 



'A 




rV w /=frc/' w / 



Ceo t¥ pc/r/,s 








/Ftsjei/s Cr<2/7C 






n 



PLATE 15 



Inoex Map Piymouth County . 

*fore 






0/./1/V or LANO 
GREAT SANDY BOTTOM 

POND liAND CO. 

toiyai or rcAtairotec 

tScw/e €00 teet to one irrcti. 



HANSON P.O 

TOWN Of HANSON 

■Scs/b COO feet to 1. /ncfa 



Sfek6tm&. 



OF 

HALIFAX *"• 

PLYMPTON 

f>L VMOU TH CO UN T V 

<5cs/e 2500 feet to one /ncn. 







ROCKLANDi 



,\ 



< 






\ 

I 






joh' 






/J/^ Turner 






NSte-tson1& 



rP a 



if 



Mrs.Ci 






\0 / // ^ 






tf .*V f 



SEE 



iUB'-PLkN* 







\fI.ATM IS \ \ 










SOUTH 
N fl"ANOVETt 



I idex Map Plymouth Countv. 

ttOTC 
The numbmra r*fer 



Id 



' L ' ml *J£ 






• Itfaj.Trarfv" 




PLATE 16 



»s* 



♦•^•^ 









Mrs. t tf f?Q<jer& 






s / 



Jos.Wm/e ■£*, 



y ' *s 

1 # 



# 



^« r 






4 






^ 



,^ 



Ediv. Bush * 



\ PERRY HILL 



Jos IY%/fe£sf. A 












U -^r Mr-v/Aer 
\ 
\ 2* Jos tfo/mes I 

[|0.J f/Srary/v "°o 
)&4&*y cs-tt/rfcYO-nf \ 



oft 









ro/vs church /^/?c?_"^es. 



"f 






\ Miss B.Thomas ^> 

/ 



C&T/ro/irojt t Q 









**»3 iV/ 



-^<>* 



aMrs.l Pjye^ > 
J.Sc^/,3 cfd\ c.Be*s,e 
\ U Scabs B p \P*..„ K, 



>^..^ 



J h^ 



f 6 






Mrs}. 



Geo Bari\etf 



Chas"Beal. 
B. C. Be>h/-- 



o 



/»7»«»jfcoJ! 



C.6.. 






/f./T Sampson "J l *-"' s '. 



MariaHmlana 




K 
John /hh/fson a 



P. o. 






.<&' 



CO 



to 



Xiiyrrr/JOD/sT ch. 



Mrs. /V.Hotv/ano 1 cfO/ 

C. L How/and-M 

^•. •». //o*v/ano pc g L 






jV ^/f.HBourm&^xtf^^p&^^^k^. U ,V W Damon 

■'*-■ 4:N*J!*f5n'wst? \ -^\ ( „Jtt 

X «n II =^ m — A >, < WfcMrs.£~0e&rce 



,P/riHTtHG 



R.D.Rano 



/soac Pro// %J 



\5t !i w \ 



#1? ^ 



h?TD Ho*anJ 



s* 



sp" 



St <v/j 



tit ■. rf ; 



LU 






-*- 



"BOURNETOWN 

r Isaac Bourne 
i John Somes "0 1 v 






~*Z- 



«s.P 



-*r- 



JL 



, f//. Hammond * &V. a /e J\l u A ' f ,/// \ 

j.r*y,///s oU* ^ ^- J&""»°/'d\ \ ) M/ ,4- ^:v. \ 

/ z. ,^, //• ^-c&J'rHe- o*k%./i/vDs'' \ \ ] // ,'*■. * j »\ 



town or 

HANSON 

PLYMOUTH COUNTY 

Scale 1500 feer to one inch. 



imonj 

MTiJ/son-^J^ElLane^^f^g.^ U >».».!' 
fl o eW Tarr j$l \ j* t * *. -J 

^* ', \\ WJohn Posterw 
6. fl/HammonJ \ X ,A\\ Cf*n terry j?»?\ \ 

\ q"~^ ** "*■ *• ■*>'VI 




BKYANTXILIiB 

P.O> 



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p] .'PwsrG/rorr f\_ 

STmirSne Afr*.S.Af- /■»•/« 



EAST PEMBROKE 
P.O 



WEST DUXBURT 



^f Sm-PuiN. \> 
plat: /& 



can/t/gerpY at 






SOUTH ST 






□ ef ^ n/nammonJ 
1&./7. //afrrmond 



MONPONSETT 
^i AVa^ Station 

\ Mrs.6 Weeks &^ 

\ Mrs £. Andrews A)\° 

H?*K*.*da ssACH tars ,<T 



f * *. » t >> 






^A^^TSe/^ 



/ 



JtfVttPQgr&KTTX 



Z,AJCBT~~~ 



\ 



A », V, VA/icho/s 



REFERENCES • 



rt^/O* /» 70W* 



lUHfOAC C/KHS/HC IT G/lttlt 
KAitAata tours i/moeii mjaac *o*p 

*AKAQtO QO'HS Dt£X PUBIIC KO'O 



" P3 



•■ m 






EfiSGerham .?. 
r /of»b)sh^3 




TOWN OF 

PEMBROKE 

PLYMOUTH COUNTY 

£r.ale>. 1900 feet to one inc h. 

A 



^ 



*//ora//o Chand/er 

SawMILL 



5UB-PtAN\ 



O N 



\ 




\ 



\ 



PLATE 17 



'Grape 'star, 



\ 



(liibfeM 



/SECON<\~ 

VQrflDS^C 



%> 



< 



// 



^Wttarf 




6* 



i^^^H^i i 3 — \ 









_S? a gfisdjey 



immaStffliAN y^Y m s fe y /sd \ spin** 5 **'* $y 

™ /■ \\ l h if k VJ 

flawed /-^ — -perefilsd. 



< 



■'---•-■>\ , 










,Ce\>* £.o// 



"*>/, 






SerTsc/i 



1 %%r 






j.ai°»f_ 



^HARBOR 

>"* Q&utfon /sd. 







> 



,r^ y/<5 



KE SUB PLAN 
PLATE J7 




jlKKT 
P.O. 






J>. 



mm 



l\ 



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«U ■ ,1,11 .1 



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maiteiT £UwT'a* '# >ow* 
AMilC HO*Oat ST/ICI! 

mo* ***** ■■ 

ST*EA*S ...... 

«,<£' rnai/S- 



KJUMOtO OOtltt UMjt* PUBLIC ROAD 



Ct*tTC*r 

moon tun onto 
stohi auuoino 

IRCtl HOVtM 

rutt rlYDRAMT* . 












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ha 






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c: 



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v * . \ 

i^VJVsry'/Stimpson \ 



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LOWER PLAl 



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lAf/'e 



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lEMSpraguh 



vWliite 
WSoutherl 



A\ 






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Mrs ^Fearin^te.* G ^ 

hoxoA n\c fa *yf7 c %$.^ 



tf) 



TOWN 



FOR¥ELL° 

PLYMOUTH COUNTY 

Sca/e /600 Fee,? to one /'r/ch. 



Pond 






1st' 






/ Ceo Simpson^ 7$L f 









fGl 



HADvCO/fNC/rk 

A.ELOVY 



VgnngA I .fcer/'n$ 



y -IO0' 



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Mineral Spring V s1 i 









V 



u 



CSS%, 







rf? 



!J 




*%BF ft P0 



7/?( 



TOWN or 

HINGHAM 

PLYMOUTH COUNTY 

Sce/e 2000 ft to one inch 



k - 



"*«•. 



/»=," 



P A 




Ino x Map PiyMoUTH County 



vo;e 

7h numbers refo 

t'/ffS of 

'ht Alto. 



HULL 



JIOEMOmAL 
CH. 



*>** 

•^:->- 






SUB PLAN 

HINGHAM 

NANTASKET P.O. 

TOWN OF HINGHAM 

dcd/e SOOfeertocne /nc/?. 



_^ I /ev-^-ej, 



B /P K € 



y/LLAG£ or 

NORWELL P.O 

TOWN OF N ORWELL 

Scs/e 500feef to o/?e /f?c/?. 



'"*>?& 




PLATE 18 




PLATE 1 9 



«S iJOA/£S £~S TA TJT 
lor. A^LAM 
/ SsAAerC M/AiAe// 
£ SovYA Andrew i7r/ 

3 • 

4 • 

5 » * » 

6 

7£ar»7 Anefrew {7?-; 

fAf.A WaAefie/o 1 

f A. if SST7/ffy 

19 

II 

IZ Max AnanA 

13 



14 edr/n Arrdre* (SrJ 1 8 J /=» A'A/nney 

15 . ... 



MATASto Are 'ConAmt/edl 

lor. (Con/intreo'J 7Crif.Smr/A £s7r 

S7nas J. ///// 8 /f S James 

f>J.B. f/frpstr/cJc 9 B rVr'/e/er 

7 - 

8 n # S.Jordan £st AfA/A/ ST (AasASroisJ 

1 Afrs A. Pope 

2 C XA//cAerson 

3 tr.B. Mr'/tAe//. 
AAA^JSmJ/Ar AST: 
5 . 

7 Was /frj/fht- 
~\A/rsG:£0orvJ 
"SMS. Af. c OonaA7 As A 
iojr.O.Co/ia 



10 JosAua CAarA 

11 fret/ Smith £st 
IZ J Comer £st- 

13 /saac iVe/7. 

14 AXnsA/rce 5pr't2.. 

15 £T£>. rerA'AsncA 
/<• Mrs £MAmory 
17 Mrs caAg/7 



|4 „ 

17 •■ 

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1 9 .-te/awe C Ga/zano 

AfA&rrr* Mrr/6Arr 

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i MM Ctr/ter 
ZrYB.LamAerf 

3 /t.MCrAAer- 

4 Lae/ra I. tKa/do 

5 A/A-Merrraan 

, iBtrr* £. rv£/</. 
•«i. A. rrerr*GA ■ 

7 JoAn 5"<*7ce. 

8 J A Merr/cA. 

9 CM. >rV7/^>/>7* 
io J A Merrr'c k. 

M S.a.Mnrffr*tt- £st 
« £# SMrr/fffyA 



•9 Aoir'e J£arra6ee 1 1 £~//z •** SmrAA 

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ziJVarren rYen/. 

ZZ G.t* s&r/yA* 

23 S/Tzrvy A'e/Aey 

Z4A/bertStvne 

zs J C Gr'/Aerr 

ZLJ.A? Phr'nney. 

27 A*r J rfeed 

Z8 Mrs SanrA A" Mann 3 

Zi.AMS/rarrcA 4 ■ 

4^ o.o rvade 
M/ghlamd Ave 5 sfary Ct////nan 
I GAM MarAoe. SsA I J Al/orve 



llS.O.SOi/fner 
34 MnA.A ffsfersor?. 

#o Sf/f/MG ST 

1 SSen 7" PO/oe 

2 /.</cyA:^0/-'/70 £sf. 



t *Saco£> Ssrr/ft 
3 AXv es. treatf 
a MoaA CA&se 
5 ^/oAn /feed 
C 

7 

8^ TM/'cAo/s 



13 S3 Mjr?/ff/hr £s?~ s SQCurrier- 



14 £~A=/v/7ee /er- 

\6*TM 7-oAey 

A So ' G.TO?^/7t 

17 

19 B. B. A-n/ghf £~sf 

19 .. 

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21 - * ■■ 

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24 - 

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2U8B Sf/7/ffAf £sr 

27 . 

to - 



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\z A/7/r/e A <y<s/rres 

13 

14 Mu// yacArOi/6 

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18 h 

i 'iA'/Tre/za £. 'Bvrtre// 
2o A*A-Gare/-/y 
zi GJT WAee/e/- 

22 £r.A r /.o/7?A>arc7 

23 » » 

24 A~ M 0j-on>/7 



7 MrsAWWAee/e/- 

8 A \S Mayes. 

9 M.SParsonaffC. 
ioA6/>/e Ci/sAn'/yp 

1 1 £~.sS Ma/-r/f7ffi?z>/7 

TSICGA'APH Are 

1 A//ce Af/7£Ae// 

2 A* Ht //asf/'sjgs 

3 Ay/ies Ga///a/?e 
A Geo M.S/77/?/7. 

5 S&/&A Bu/-tve//. 

6 A"osa ffe/nzen. 

StonyBsach lots 

75to80 Moore * 
Gotv/hg 

8lto88Geo. S/nifh 
6Stx>9lCBMes/o/7 
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104-117 r~. V/rr/'rro 
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iio-144 F. f//7//7j7 
I4S-6 MAfS/ror/cA 




29 TY/AAArop A~/7/g/>7 ZS Aran A *Sames 

3» B& Mn/pfrr csr 24 tr////&/T7 A^eetT 1 14-7-ibO A~ f/h'Af 



27 

za 



HI/ A~6a//a/70 
142-195/ :i7Sning 
ISA-7 7C Day 



HOLB/fOOK £>LAM 

584*59 AW/7 BotvA&r 



S.UM AlAfOA-eiV/iAM Z9Z G S/ror/cA 

Lor. Atto/few Aire 3o u&s A~ Dory. 

I JoA/7 Msrsons 31 M.*f. S/rorrcA- 

Zt/acoA Sm/rn. 

3£e//Ab/)r70reiv£/:A/ rYJ r A^.£-A5AAr7 Aire. 64-1.5 £//2a B Barry 

I Mrs 4 rY Tower (A Mrs c~A. Henry 

Z Mrs Jo An ifVte*/ $AA C Manson 

3 » .. 9SA.L. BowAer 

ACMBHto/isrAiovse 97 B.A. Cvrf/ss. 

5 S James Z'TP'Sr A/. 98 Mrs A L Bar6our 

6 Mrs A- ty. 7o*/er 99 J /t \ Avery 

io fd/Ar Anc/rew 7 FG Mn/i?Ar £~/-.A/. I00**iioi Mrs FA } Henry 

Wr.ACo/rSy '/*. msr o Mrs MA A&sAer 



tzA/oerf SAone 9 Oa/rA Areeo" 

r.A.co'iey 'r*. "'of ,„ /_._ .»„,• 



AJ*err arone * x emir: 
14 y«Arr rtrrsorts 4 rues? 
ISMaryB 7~oAey 
\k~/oAn A&rsons 

17 ~7. TGa/irrns £sA 

18 *Abna A&rsons 

19 /'OoAerTy. 
ZoMsnry £~s7T 
ZI MA Otrnne. 
ZZ. An&rciv. 
Z3 r-.s.ra/r*Bn 

24 /. M. SAtsrnt/rsA 
ZS Anor-err 

24 £[/ . Di/nsre 

lorrVATASCO Are. 
1 A M/'TcAe// 
Z -/oArr tYJanres 

3 „ .. 

4 Sanr/ ^arrres 27^ 



10 Jo An 

UAAtes Are: 
I iW James AsT 



si 1 on. 1 oz JrY. BesancA 
\03-4Mrs £ A- Ha/Aery 
!05-6A££rsAer 
10a 7~C M/cAersor? . 
\09£M.tVA/7e 
llBJYA~ Brr<?/7&r77 
1 19-120 £. rV£mory 
sSJ&mesZ'y'A'rA/. iZ^jmr/A/rs 

4 Mrs SsAAer r?ee</ 129 Susan £. A'eac/ 

5 /XV Jamas \30rV£JocrcA 
4 1. .. i3S A'/ZBrryAam 
7 Sam/ sJ<ames !3<>rY.M. BrryAam 
8A*osanna A'ojoe \37 Tf.rV Brr yhsnj 

140 AJeta/Ole Ti/ppor 
AfA/rv A SMrv/Are Sr i4lr^rytVrte//sAram&ri<&A.C.fif.C<rrr/'er, 
Jrrrrcrrorr I4Z-3-4 A '■£ Bates ^l^fCBrVes/on 

1 £> starTAe tvs lAs-kM.O PeabeOy " " hf.H.Baif/am 
ZAIt/nrerJamest'Bro. IA7-8A 'ABaAss 188 C B.tVeston 

sAmArvseAfrtr/re// 150 £.CMs/es 190 Cn 'Tuffs 

4 rfSrhrer Barnes 152-3 Mir.rV&//sfrBr7t£sr I3/-2 Mrs K H- Smith 
SA^ern/er James Sr 155" » kSSA-iMrsHC Turner 

4 - - •' HAS A./ Mead l98-3/.J.r7otnen6ery. 



i£4 £. M- Sfodcfard 
1 WVf.Br/gham 
l(J8£Aza A. Br/pha/n 



TOWN 



HULL. 

Plymouth County 
Scale linch < 32oo fee 



NflNTflSKET BEACH GO/8 

PLANS REFERENCES 

From A Street to X Street and Beach Avenne to Bay Avenue 



Lot 



N.p»rt K. O. Pond 
"l*" |w.S.Kloh- 

I ard» 
CUra H Whit- 

combe 
j Q. R. Eager 
M. B. Wheeler Est. 



Lot 



M 

1 t 



9 J Hector E. Lynch 



to J Olive G. Eager 
87) 

8 Daly & Wanzer Ex. 

Co. 

9 Olive G. Eager 

•? \ Mrs. A. B. fond 



2 Mrs. M.. T.Clark 

3 Maroella A. Brown 
4 

4a 

5 F.A.Harlow 

Qd John McCormlck 

6 John Lynch 

7 H. Dalton, Jr. 
Eates 



9 

loo ; 



7 
108) 



2*_ 
3 



m 

to 
196 

7 

8 
9 
200 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 



(.'"online A.Jeffrey 



e 

i 

10 

11 

18 

13) 

14 > Hannah Sylvester 

IB J 

16 

IT 

18) 

19 1 Olive G. Eager 

») 

1 Mary G. Hale 

2 Jamea Baker 

3 Olive G. Eager 

4 E, M. Holmes 

5 N.partW.C. Watson 

5 S.part) M.R.May- 

6 ) hew 
Julia A. Lyman 

! Olive (i. Eager 
Julia A. Lyman 
Fart of 31 
Olive G. Eager 

8 

to J Mabel T. Eager 
81) 
8 Mrs. A.T. Waterman 

^Jw.H.Sturglss 

1 B. F. Curtis 

2 Lilian N. Sylvester 

3 Ira H. Stock well 

4 W.H. Sturgias 
6 G. R. Eager 

6 Ira H. Stockwell 

7 A.J. 1'erham 

8 Mrs. Clemmens 

9 H.W.Chtsholm 
DO -las. A. Tliden 

1 Albert Warren 

2 C. E. Treiber 

3 A. F. Eames 

4 Cornelia Bl Bunker 

5 Catherine J. Walsh 

6 B.J. Rotbwell 

T Annie F. Hudson 
iu C. F. Keans 
J J C. H. Snow 

60 Ira H. Stockwell 
1 J.J.Kennedy 
8 L. H.Scott 
J J C. E. West, Store 
6 West half.W.C.Sib- 

ley 
6 Eaathalf,J.F.WeBt- 

cott Est. 
6 Westhalf.W.C.Sib- 

ley 

6 East hall, J .F. West- 

cott Est. 

7 I Hotel 

8 1 W. H.Sylvester 
91 Ft. Allerton Hotel 

70 i Chas. Clarke 

1 Mrs. A.B.llutchins 

2 Cora B. Weston 
3^ Emma W. Gale 
4 I Emma W. Gale 

fS part Emma W. 
J Gale 
6 N. part E. D. Paul et 
als. 

6 J. T. Robinson 

7 H. H. Roger* 



MQ 



W. O. Noyes 
W. D. Noyes 
Winifred E. Brown 
Frost Bros. 
W. D. Noyea 
J. G. Noyea 

240* I Cn **' B " Barko 

" 1 G. H. Hatchard 

2 C. M.Scudder 
•2a Fred 0. Smith 

3 Annie H. Litchfield 
3a Caroline Wilson 

B S.part! H-C- 8 -» 

6 N. parti Alice G. 

6 8. part f MUliken 

6 N. part Nellie G- 

Hapgood 

7 J. F.tTConnell 
Jj J. F.Wilson Est. 

Walter D. Middle- 
ton 

1 Kate Mlddlaton 

2 Olive G. Eager 
2a Geo. A. Barron 

3 1 

263a [ 



260 



to 
261 



[.Olive G. Eager 



G. E. Prescott 



7 James B. Marshall 

8 Mrs. G. It. dishing 
9 

490 Mrs. G. B. Cushing 
1 Mrs. C. A. Haley 

3 J Henry N'orwell Est. 

4 Mrs. S.A1. Hardy 
496) 

to \ F. A. Sen Inner 

m) 

9 Simon Hlrsohburg 
600 Sarah Hlrschburg 

\ \ Albert Hall 

"J® I ('has. Almy 
uJJt Parts of 601,602 

- W. L. Tucker 

*) Carrie T. Sohirmer 
61(1 W.E.A H.W.Burks 

11 1 F. A. Schirmer 
J S.part iM. H. Hal- 

12 I S.part) lett 
1). G. Smith 

\l j S. C. Davis 

16 Query, W-B-Syives- 

ltr 

u- B. W. Gleason 

17 Sarah E. Fogg 

18 John P. Freeze 

19 D. W. Ranlet 
620 

1 ) Fart 1.8. Burrel! Eat 
J Part B. W. Gleason 
) B. W. Gleason 



623) 
to 



} G. E. Prescott 



\ G. K. Prescott 



G. E. Prescott 
John Benson 
James C. Bartlett 



6 K. B. Holmes 

J \ Jessie G. Noyes 
8 Geo. W. Noyes 



Wm. H. Miller 
Geo. T. Bosson 
C. H. Holies 



Mrs. May E. Lorlng 



4 Alice J. Jones 
g { Mary A. Graham. 
I j Lizzie M. Spring 
9 Simon Barnard 
300 D. A. Brooks 

1 | Mrs. Sarah A. 

2 j Tucker 

3 Mrs. Sarah A. 

Tucker 

4 N. halfS. Barnard 
4 S.halfl D A 

6 l IJronk. 



7 L. A. Dow 

*} Wm. H.Mlller 

HO L. A. Dow 
, 1 S. half Solon Dow 

1 ( X. half Henrietta 

Schlndler 

2 1 N . part 

JS. partW. L. Hayes 

3 Mrs. May E. Lorlng 

4 W. L. Haves 

6 Mrs. May K. Lorlng 
G Solon Dow 

7 W. L. Haves 

8 I.H, Burrell 
jgj) 1.8. BurrellEst. 

1 ) E. half 

1 W. half 

2 E. half I. S. Burrell 

2 W. half WX.Hayes 



4 part I 
& ) 



Mary H. 
Crowell 



313] 
to 
316] 



Barker & F.A. 
Belcher Bates, 
Plan Lot 7 

IN.M.Wan- 
N.half ( zer 
S-^'U E. Rud- 

i derham 



to [ Henry Norwell Est. 



Henry Norwell Est. 
N. M. Wanzer 

116 

117 W. part 
Henry R. Turner 

117 E. part 



19 

120 
1 Belle H.Turner 
2(W. part Carrie T. 
J Schirmer 

3 | E.part 12:i I C. H. 
IE part 1^3 J Whtt- 

combe 

4 W. O. Osborne 

6 W. part B. H. Tur- 
ner 

6 ,E. part F. A. Schir- 
mer 

6 Carrie T. Schirmer 

7 Z. H. Wood 



13U Emma L. Works et 
al. 

131) 

to > F. A. Schirmer 

137 j 
p j Olive G. Eager 

140 N. O. Wbltcombe 
1 Carrie T. Schirmer 
3 Olive G. Eager 

TaliMlQ. Uir 



o Katherlne Dicken 

heirs 
1 

8 and lf>l A. Ryan Sub- 

div. 

9 N. O. Whitcombe 
50 J. W. Fenno 



j Wm. H. Miller 
F. A. Johnstone 

j F. P. Maybeny 
Wm. a. Miller 
Mary F. Ames 

A. A. M. PearBon 
E. B. Holmes 
Jared Whitman 
Mary E. Vinton 
Mary F. Ames 

Marv F. Ames 
Fred Curtias 
Fred C.Smith 
Mary F. Ames 

J Mary S. Whiting 
Mary F. Ames 

[ Mary S. Whiting 
Mary F. Ames 
Mrs. W.O. Hewes 



7 ( Mary 8. Whiting 
8) 
^ ) Mark H. Frank 

1 i Mrs. Sarah A. 
a f Tucker 

4 { R. B. Shephard 

M 

6 Mrs. S. A. Tucker 

7 

2 j R. B. Shephard 



i: . B. Shephard 
J. T. Dewey 
Geo. Johnson 
j Un. M. H. Martin 

S. part E. A. Newell 



Joseph Bennett 
Eliza A. James 
I. H. Burrell 
Fannie E. Wlllet 
Fannie E. Wlllet 
I. S. Burrell Est. 
I. S. Burrell Est. 
Kaunie E. Wlllet 
Fannie E. Willet 
I. 8. Burrell Est. 
I. 8. BurrellEst. 
1. S. Burrel) Est. 
1. S. Burrell Eat. 
I. H. Burrell 

j E. D. Jordan Est. 

Margaret Thoday 
{ E. D. Jordan Est. 



180 Fred C. Smith 
1 Fred C. Smith 
2} B. D. Jordan Est. 

4 Fred C. Smith 

5 Bessie Gilmore 
5 } E. D, Jordan Est. 
8 Bessie Gilmore 

S89) 

to J E. D. Jordan Est. 

m) 

4 P. Taurso 

5j E. D.. Jordan Est. 



VH.Norwell Est. 



81 
8 

two 



E. W. Home 
Henry Norwell Est. 



N. part Frank H. 
) Bowles 

X. part Ellen A. 

Newell 
S- part & lot In rear 

Rachel Nason 

S Frank A. Schirmer 
Part of 371 and 372 

Episcopal Church, 
Church of Our 
Saviour 
| James B.Graham 

F. A. Schirmer 



S.part E.F.Stevens 
N.j>art Alveus Club 
Corp. 



Henry Norwell Est. 
■£ Andrew Hahn 
3 Henry Norwell EBt. 

\ J Ann R, Pratt 

6 Henry Norwell Est. 
) Julia M. Ma»-8h 

7 '■■ Mass. II umane Soc. 
) Ho. No. '41 

81 Julia A. Marsh 

1 parts of 008, 609 
H [ J. A. Hayes part of 
J 008, (509 
610 Julia A. Marsh 

11 [ Alice L. Nichols 
1 Fart 

12 ) Part 

13 I W. S. Richards 

14 J. A. Hayes 
16) 

lii J K. B. Shephard 

' ) Part Myra E. Rioh- 
18 J ards 

1 Fart J. P. Freeze 
619 j 
to J R. B. Shephard 



01". 



Mary B. Carpenter 
Emma E. Hobart 
Mary B. Carpenter 



F. Keans 
A. Schirmer 



629 ) 

to \ Margaret S. 8hel- 

634 ) don 

6( J 



2 Mrs. Whitney 
2a 

3 E. K. Hamlin 
3a • 

•» V. M. Wanzer 

5 "Mrs. Cross 

6 N. half Mrs. F. M. 

White 
6 1 8. half i W. G. 
7( l ■ Soule 

8 H. D. Corey 
8 S. half G. G. Brown 
Leo J. B. Graham 
I James B. Graham 
Mrs. A. F. Gilmore 



H. H. Rogers 
{ Sarah Eaton 
j E. D.Jordan Est. 

Fred C. Smith 
j E. D. Jordan Est. 

Fred C. Smith 



Maria A Nichols 



3 

4 
646, 
to j E. D. Jordan Est. 



- David Goldman 



•DO 

11 



g. J. Blcknel) 



31 
4) 

6f 
6 

si 

660 



Fred C. Smith 
E. D. Jordan Est. 
Fred C. Smith 
E. D. Jordan Est. 



4 Lillian E. Ward 



Lot 1 & 7 Corinne 

A. Jeffrey 
W. H. Jeffrey Snb- 

div. 

F- H. Williams 
W. H. Jeffrey 



BussellB.8hephard 

Clarence F.Weston 
Russell B .Shephard 
Isabella K . Fost 
E. B. Holmes 

Coburn EM. 

Elltn F. Ricker 

I J. A. D. Burgess 

Harah R. Noyes 
■fussie G. Noyes 
.1. A. D. Burgess 
Geo. W. 'Noyes 
W. D. Noyes 
Mercy L. Lathrop 
*.*n. (i. Saville 
■ I. H. Hubbard 



Charles S. Burke 
Geo. G. BftVllle 



9 

41 

11 

12 t 



jG.J. Bicknell 

j Lillian E. Ward 
G. J. Bicknell 

1 Hannah L. Ward 
Annie E. 1'lrhler 
Hannah L- Ward 

i S. part 416 

I N. part 

I G. J. Bicknell 
Geo.D. Willis 
Mary H. Miller 
Cella H. Sprague 
Jos. Bennett 



to I Mary H. Miller 
434) 
435) 

to ) Adelaide E. Delano 

462) 

463) 

to u. B. Shephard 
467) 

8 Half J. W. Rice 
408) 

to K. B. Shephard 
474 ) S. half 



:■ B. IX Jordan Est. 



( Geo. H. 
J Whitford 



to [ Mabel A. Putnam 



A. T. Stearns Lum- 
ber Co. 
Mabel A. Putnam 
A. E. Henry 
Flora C. Stonemetz 
A. E. Henry 
D. B. Greenough 
p * rt j Clara L.Loud 



480 



: R. b. Shephard 

» Robert P. Gay 
W. G, ftiielllng 
Edith C- Nickerson 
N. part 482 
2 S.part 482 ) Anna II. 
[ Iiaw- 
N.part483 ) renee 
31 *.pa-t A. F.Young 
4 ) Miss A. F. Young 
6 H. part Miss A. F 

't oting 
6 N part] B.C. 
6a N. p»rt ( Wokerson 
6 Edith C »tokerson 



j M. C. Linnell 
D. S. Greenough 
Emily H. Gould 

j C. F. Keans 

Joseph H. Parker 
W. A. Pond 

| 0. F. Keans 

| U. M. Marsh 

1 0. F. Keftns 

j M. M. Marsh 

| C. F. Keans 

{ M. M. Marsb 
0. F. Keans 



STRAWBERRY HILL PLAN 



\ \ A. L. Jewell 


'I! H 


H Rogers 


6 




8 Mrs. W. O. Hewes 


5 Margaret s.Sheldon 


7 




t * t James Converse 


6 M 


rs- W. O Hewes 






J^ ( Heirs 


l { Ralph W. Redding 


90 




12 A. L. Jewell 


8 B. 


C Wilder 


1 




13 Jas. Converse Heirs 


61) 




St 




14 
16 


1 A 


R. Cross 


4 




16 

17 


\W 


I'- Shephard 


8 


Geo. M. Smith 


18 
19 


6) 

6 Henry Norwell Est. 


8 
9 

100 


Henry Norwell Est 


to j Julia M Harsh 


8JR 


B. Shephard 


James Converse 


241 


9) 










70 




101 


A. L. Jewell 


861 


1 
2 




2 
3 


Henry Norwell Est. 








4 


H. H. Rogers 




4 




6 


Henry Norwell Est 


to > R. B. Shephard 


6 
6 






Julia M. Marsb 


6 J. A. Onigley 


7 




8 




7 Margarets. Sheldon 


y 




to 


Jnlla M Marsh 


9 JT. P. Rowel! 


80 




119 






1 




120 




1 Emma E. Hnhart 






to 


Olive G. Eager 


2 Margaret S.She ! don 


3 
4 








SMITH & 


MITCHELL 


PLAN 


1 Carrie T. Schirmer 

2 1 C. B. Simpson 


% { John R. Spenrwater 


171 
18 j 


lobh Smith 




101 










to John I 


2<;j 






13 * 




to* 


John L. Mitchell 




14 Wilkinson A Pond 


28) 






15 Edward B. Wvnn 


4 


Edward E. Wynn 




16 A. 


B. Moore 


6 


Wilkinson <S Poud 



WHITfc HEAD 



White Head Avenue 



1" 



Dennis Hannigan 
G. R. Tabor 



James Jeffrey's Res. 
J^j D Hannigan Hotel 
14 W. Scales 



Electric Avenue 

) l.loc. Light Sta. Town 

of HUH 
2 James Jeffrey 
8 F I '.Samson 

4 Patk. Murray 

5 John Daly 

fi Samuel Watts 
t Dennis Hannigan 



1 Rach' i Prater 

i \. Ouiihenhiser 

3 J.T. Falvey 

4 isi-au) Cohen 
6 Annio • -ahn 

6 Henrietta Kchlos 

7 Pauline Siu -na 
n Annie Streckei 
9 

10 



SUNNYSIDE PLAN 



) Part Lillie W. 
Patterson 

)PartMrs.A. R.Young 
Mrs. A. P.. Young 
Anna K Henry 
Chas. D. Noyes 



19 Part Har>iet W^lsb 



;t Annie Strechei 

4 

s Ida S. Cohen 

-I N.part I<la8. Cohen 

I B.part D. A. Fuchs 

7 A. Gunsenhiser 





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PLYMOUTH OOUA/TY 

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GPE£N HILL 
lor. PLAN 
A A/e.///eP.Cro*ve// 
B Jo/>n O/Ve/7. 
CPPDra/ee. 
D tY Tat/nten 
E N.MArno/d 

F £0. A/03/7 

GPPebb/es 
HAfanon Est 
J /saac A/?Lean 
K O. Bryant 

GP££P H/L L 
lot BEACH PLAN 

1 //.F/tzyje/r/cA. 

2 P. IV. Menard 

3 O.F>Oor/'7y £sF 

A P&cAard 

SFt,JrVP/pMnp<s/e 

6 O.A?Dor/7y £st 

7J S M/'/ner 

8 &?as 5 /meson , 
s.SfH/rf/crF fisf h. 
3 At 'A Dar/i/yy. tH-srfi 

10 Jonn tV//de 
tl J.PCa//anan 

12 MPWa/sn 

13 " 
cont/noed. 



14 At/? Wa/sh 

15 PA. Qoe// 
\<t> • " 

17 • 

18 - 



S/PtONS PAPM 
LoT PLAN. 

1 Chss French 
A.* Brow t/if'/x. 

2 W£. C Sr/ar? 5°'/i 



AFMarrn 

5 

GAMectu/re. £st 

7 
B£/.D/-/sAo. 

9 A.J. Panda// 

10 * * 

Atrs fT.Crocker MP '/i. 
UA/rsAfUAO/ne S?'/2. 

12 £. Af Sfots/dard 
(3 A. O. Afanda// 
\A0.d Panda// 
MC.Br/77a/n 
\LC.P P/ace's 5/ab/s 
17 PMagu/re Psf • 
MA/rsArYS/sams 
ftPAfagu/re. £st 



20 P. S.A/oyes 

21 " 

SZ 5.3 A/qyes £sr 
23 • * * ■ 

ZArAfrs £A. C/a/o/?. 
tS •■ - - 
im/PGay £sr t 

£.6././'/?co^/r f&st'/i. 
Z7A//. BBrSoi/rlHssr'/i. 

28/r.UO'oay 

2 9 Mrs B. B/rn baum 

30 

3) W™ Fearing 2".? 

32 n"™ Pose, £sfi 

33 ■■ 
34 

3S P5 Delve 
3* J. A F&rker 
37 A. Torrey 
3« • 

39 - 

40 Af.A.MfNei/tt 

41 A. Torrey 

42 ■■ ' ' » ' 

43 • 

WPH.Jonnson 
45 .. .. 



46 CKAVace. 

47 PP. Jo/T/7SC/1 fer?J 

48» - 

49 T/ff/ze. 

50 Afau Anderso/7 

51 F.Jones Est 

52 " 

53 A.JSj>&/7c/a// 

54 • - 

55" JBr/pB/7 
St. ' ' — 

SAGAAfOPP p/LL 
Cor PLAN 

1 Merr/Z/S^ GmAa/n Tr 

2 Fr&ncis Merrigo/d 

3 Jennie- Afl.Pe.9Se. 

4 MemV/SfimJiam Tr 

5 Nellie. £. S/trens 
6 Lillian A ■MarshaJI 
7 Nellie Ojosi 

8 

9 

\0J.D.Coy/e Adm? 

Il\ 

12. 

13/ John F.Merrill '^ 

WJAmtsT- 6r* htm 
Trustees 



£Atr'/* Juh'a. Horn.r 
18 r/itr •/! O.rY^lA .Willti 



20\/Kernll^Gri.nam Tr 

IV 

IXJAI.MVn/irt. 

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. \JUrsUF. Clemen/ 

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'J-SJ&mesSe rtr*m 

2bJ.M.Smi//, 

27 

ZS 



Jebn A A/err/// 
30/ Ja.mesF6r«namTr 

32J 

33 rV.MSnarr 

34 Merril/6y, Graham Tr 
3SM&ryS.SharV 
36 

37 Af err /IIS. 
36 f Gra.ham Tr. 
39i 
40 
41 rY^MDonald 



42 Mtrril/l^ C-rahn/n Tr 

43 John 7. Ford 

4+ Merrill^ 6rah*m Tr 

45 C.£.%Johnsor? 
Parr Mary B. Elliott 

46 .. A.H.Fairtmnks 

47j 

48J/J/e/v///<$G«iA<a,n 

49J 

50«rA Crandallttnis 

5> ) 

52 {Merrill^ Graham 

53[ Tr 

5A-) 

SS 

5 

57 SusannstEReynoldi 

58 

59yalet7/i/ie Boners 

bOE.J. Elliott 

61 Alaricl L.Fallon 

62 UlerrilltfirAhstm Tr 
63 

64 

65 

66 Merrill €, 6r«ham Tr 

<ol Mberl-RWebster 

68 



t/alenhn* Boners 



69 Merrilie,6rahem Tr 
70 

71 MurrillS^drahitm Tr 

72 Chss C. Af£>fison 

73 Merrill^. Graham Tr 
74-J.B.Mulve.y 

75 MemilliGraham Tr 

76 

77 John F. Merrill 

7 8) 

79 Merr/IIS. Graham 

soj 

81 JohnF.Merri/i 

81\ 

83/ 

84-He.nryB.tViltard 

85 D.Pin s 

86N 

87 1 Merrill^ Graham 

88J 7> 

89' 

90) 

9,1 Mrf«/c/e/c A. */// 

93 

g5 I Merrill^, Graham 

$(,} 

97 G.a.P*ye 



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PLYMOUTH COUNTY, 

Incorporated 1685. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

JUDGE OF PROBATE AND INSOLVENCY, 

BENJAMIN W. HARRIS, 


RAY T. AMES, 

Rexharne- Beautiful Shore Lots Fronting the Ocean 
in the Town of Marshfield. Fine Beach, Good Bathing 
and Unsurpassed Ocean View. For Lots, address, 

Ray T Ames, Marshfield. Mass. 
Telephone Connection, Marshfield Statiou. 


CHARLES B. BARNES, 

Hingham, 
Residence, Summer Street. 


WALTER L. BOUVE, 

Counsel lor-at-Law. 
113 Devonshire Street, Boston. 

Residence, Hingham. 


East Bridgewater. 

REGISTER OF PROBATE AND INSOLVENCY, 

JOHN C. SULLIVAN, 
Middleborough. 

SHERIFF, 


ANDERSON TACK COMPANY, 

Rockland. Manufacturers of Tacks and Shoe 

Nails. Shoe Tacks a Specialty. 

Established 1884. 


CHARLES BARNES, JR., 

Hingham. Attorney-at-Law. 

Office, Trcmont Building, Boston. 


ALBERT G. BOYDEN, 

Bridgewater. 
Principal State Normal School. 

Residence, Summer Street. 


HENRY S. PORTER, 
Brockton. 

CLERK OF COURTS, 
EDWARD E. HOBART, 

Plymouth. 


WILLIAM A. ANDREW, 

Insurance and Real Estate. Fire Insurance a 

Specially. 
Notary Public. Marion, Mass. 


HENRY H. BARROW & SON, 

Florist. 

Greenhouse and Residence, High Street, Whitman. 


BRADFORD, KYLE & CO., 

Manufacturers of Insulated Electric Wire, 

Plymouth, Mass. 
C. F. Bradford. Wm. S. Kyle. 


COUNTY TREASURER, 

ALBERT DAVIS, 
Whitman. 

REGISTER OF DEEDS, 

JOHN B. WASHBURN, 

Plymouth. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, 

JKDEDIAH DWELLEY, Hanover. 
WALTER H. FAUNCE, Kingston. 
WILLIAM RANKIN, Brockton. 


HENRY T. ANGLIN, 

Brockton. 
Real Estate and Insurance. 8 Arcade Building. 


E. W. BARTLETT, 

Contractor and Builder. 
Telephone, 140-3. Hingham, Mass. 


SAMUEL BRADSTREET, 

The Valley Farm, 

Summer Street, south of Sea View Station, 

Town of Marshfield, Sea View, Mass. 


GEO. C. APPLETON & SON, 

Real Estate Brokers. 31 State Street, Boston. 
Telephone 2957 Main. Members Real Estate Ex- 
change. Geo. C. Appleton, Harry G. Appleton. 


PHILANDER H. BATES, 

Cohasset, Mass. Dealer in Boots and Shoes. Es- 
tablished 1861. Secretary Cohasset Mutual Fire 
Insurance Company. Chairman Board of Selectmen. 


BRANT ROCK HOUSE, 

E. A. M. Sumner, Proprietor, Brant Rock, Mass. Accommo- 
dates 80 guests, locate*) on a point of land, within 20 feet of high 
water, directly on the ocean. First-class Bathing, and all summer 
Amusements. Open from May 15th, to November 15th. Marsh- 
field Station. South Shore Division, N. Y., N. H. and H. R. R. 


ABINGTON, TOWN OF 

Selectmen, Augustus H. Wright, Chairman ; 
Alexander McDonald, Calvin L. Baker. Town 
Clerk, Daniel R. Coughliu. 


' JOHN E. & CHESTER ASHLEY, 

Elderside Farm. Located on Montgomery Street, 

Lakeville, Mass. 

Devoted to Growing Small Fruits. 


DE WITT C. BATES, 

Hingham. Chairman Selectmen. Has been 011 Board of 
Selectmen thirty-two years and recently re-elected for three years 
more ; Assessor for same time ; Overseer of Poor twenty-one 
years : Highway Surveyor seventeen years ; Represented Hing- 
ham iu Legislature 1866-7. Born in Cohassett, 1827, and re- 
moved to Hingham in 1851. Farmer, in connection with son, 
Herbert O. Bates. Another son, Wm. C. Bates, is Superintendent 
of Schools in Fall River. Descended from Clement Bates, who 
came from England to Hingham in 1635. Taught school twenty 
years in Hingham, Cohasset and Braintree. 


CYRUS BREWER & CO., 
Boston. Insurance Agents. 

Office, 30 Kilby Street. 


ABINGTON PUBLIC LIBRARY, 

Abiugton. 
Mary O. Nash, Librarian. 


ATLANTIC HOUSE. 

Nantasket Beach. Accommodates 350 guests. J. Linfield 
Damon, Manager. The policy of the management is to make this 
house especially attractive to the best class of people. Twenty 
miles from Boston and reached by SouLh Shore Branch N. Y. , 
N. H. & H. R. R , or by steamers from Rowe's Wharf in one 
hour. Long distance telephone and telegraph in hotel. Recent 
improvements have been made, adding to attractiveness of house. 
Sea bathing is absolutely safe, water temperate and beach un- 
surpassed. 


GEO. R. BRIGGS, 

Plymouth, State Forester. 

Also Cranberry Grower. 
Residence, Indian Brook. 


ABINGTON SAVINGS BANK, 

Abington. 
Geo. A. Beal, Treasurer. 


C. MASKELL BATES, 

293 Washington Street, Boston. Real Estate. 
Residence, Elm and Commercial Streets, 
Braintree, Mass. 


GEO. S. BRIGGS, 

Marion. Builder. 

Residence and Shop, Great Neck Road, 
East Marion. 


JERE R. AINSLIE, 

North Scituate. Real Estate, Conveyancing, In- 
surance, Auctioneer, Justice of the Peace. Resi- 
dence, Main Street, North Scituate, Opposite 
Hatherly School. Telephone to Lincoln Mills. 


ATSATT BROTHERS, 

Mattapoisett, Mass. Real Estate and Insurance. 
Manufacturers of the Acme Peanut Roasters and 
"Sanitary" Poultry Supplies. 


J. WILLIAMS BEAL, 

Architect. Colonial Bank Building, 299 Devon- 
shire Street, Boston. 
Residence, Hanover, Mass. 


L. VERNON BRIGGS, M. D„ 
Boston and Hanover. 
Physician and Surgeon. Offices, 82 Devonshire 
Street, Room 21 ; 208 Beacon Street, Boston, and at 
Hanover. 


CAPT. GEO. D. ALLEN, 

Marion. Auctioneer and Appraiser, and Dealer in Real 
Estate. Building Lots 011 Front Street, Near the Steam and 
Electric Railroad Stations. Sizes to Suit. Also Larger 
Plots, with or without Shore Privileges. Residence, Corner 
Front and Wareham Streets. 


C. N. ATWOOD, 

Rock, Mass. Manufacturer and Dealer in Boxes, 
Box Shooks, Trunk Woods, Boards, Wood and 
Sawdust. 


VICTOR BELANGER, 

" Belangerville." Residence on Elm Street, be- 
tween Sea View and Ferry Hill, Marshfield. P.O., 
Sea View. 


BRIDGEWATER, TOWN OF 

Selectmen, Zeno Benson, Chairman ; Harrison 
D. Packard, Edwin S. Rhoades. Town Clerk, 
Henry L- Cranes. 


CHARLES F. ALLEN, 

Whitman. General Insurance Agent. Office, 
548 Washington Street. Residence, 41 Temple 
Street. 


E. B. ATWOOD, 

Union Street, Plymouth, Mass. Lumber of all 
kinds. Windows, Doors, Blinds, Etc., Etc. 


ZENO BENSON, 

Bridgewater. 
Carpenter, Chairman Selectmen, and Assessors. 
Residence, Auburn Street. 


BRIDGEWATER SAVINGS BaNK, 

Incorporated 1872. 

Lafayette Keith, President : S. P. Gates, Treasurer. 


GEORGE H. ALLEN, 

Hanover. Born November 22d, 1832, in Fitchburg, Mass. 
Educated Boston Public Schools. Worked at paper hanging until 
1858. Appointed Secretary Board of Engineers, Boston Fire De- 


E. ELBRIDGE ATWOOD. 

"The Lindens." Residence, 99 Main Street, 
Kingston, Mass. Summer Boarders Accommo- 
dated. Good Boating and Fishing. 


J. A. BILLINGS, 

Rockland, Mass. Dentist. 


BRIDGEWATER INN, 
Bridgewater. 
Geo. J. Alcott, Proprietor Central Square. 

Livery in connection. 


partment. Held position until 1867. Also Clerk of Lamp Depart- 
ment during same years. Iu 1867 appointed Superintendent of 
Lamps by Mayor Otis Norcross, and held office until 1883, subse- 
quently, filled same position two years under Mayor T. N. Hart. 
Making total of 27 years City work. 


B. S. ATWOOD, 

Atwood Bros., Whitman. Manufacturer of 
Wooden Boxes, Crates, Racks, Etc. Factory, Pond 
Street. Residence, 70 Pleasant Street. 


FRED. M. BIXBY, 

Brockton. 
Attorney-at-Law, and Special Justice Police Court. 
Office, 216-7 Main Street. 


THE BROCKTON TIMES, 

Brockton. W. R- Buchanan, Proprietor, 

13 Main Street. 


JOHN F. ALLEN, 

Lakeville. Wilderness Stock Farm. Located 

on Malboue Street. P. O., Myricks, Mass. 

Devoted to Stock and General Farming. 


HENRY A. BAKER, 

Rockland. Residence, 17 Highland Avenue. 
Road Commissioner. Grocer. Teaming and job- 
bing. Concreting, roofing, excavating, etc. Street 
sprinkling by the season. 

F. O. BAKER, 

Successor to Torrey & Baker, Men's, Boys' and 
Children's Fine Clothing. Gents' Furnishings, 
Hats and Caps. Trunks, Bags, Extension Cases, 
etc. Webster Building, Rockland, Mass. 


THOS. BRADFORD BLACKMAN. 

Blackmail Park Lots. Shore Lots at Brant Rock 
for Sale. Delightful View of the Ocean. Notary 
Public and Justice of the Peace, Telephone Con- 
nection. Residence, Brant Rock, Mass. 


BROCKTON WATER COMMISSIONERS. 
Brockton. 
F.nos H. Reynolds, Horace Kingman. Francis B. 
Gardner (clerk). 


ALLES & FISHER, 

Boston. Manufacturers, of Fine Cigars and Jobbers in Plug 
Tobacco, Etc. 34 an<l 36 Cambridge Street. Established 1863. 
Manufacturers of following Fine Urands of Cigars : A. & F. 
Bouquet, Reina Victoria, J. A. {Hand made), A. & F. Gem, A. & 
F. Special, Our 1880, King Philip. A. & F. " 6* " Alles & Fisher's 
Ponies, Rose Bud, Etc. John Alles, Wm. N. Fisher. 


BOSTON INSURANCE COMPANY, 

95 Kilby Street, Boston, Mas*. Incorporated 1873. Fire and 
Marine Insurance. Losses paid since organization, $23,5 1 3 ,521.22. 
Ransom B. Fuller, President ; Herbert Fuller, Vice President ; 
Charles A. Fuller, 2ml Vice President ; Thomas H. Lord, Secre- 
tary ; Ward Williams Asst. Secretary ; Freeman Nickerson, Asst. 
Secretary ; Edmund Winchester, Manager Fire Department. 


BROCKTON PUBLIC LIBRARY, 

City Hall, Brockton, 
Clarence VV. Aver, Librarian, 


AMERICAN WOOLEN COMPANY, 

Puritan Mills, Plymouth. 
Wm. M. Wood, Treasurer. Otis P. Wood, Agent. 


OTIS BARKER. 

Scituate. On the beach at Scituate may be seen the wreck of the 
Pilot Boat Columbia, thrown there by the great storm of Novem- 
ber 27, 1898, It has been transformed by Mr. Otis Barker into a 
counterpart of the "The Ark" on Yarmouth Sands, known to us 
all as the home of " Peggotty " and " Little Kmily." It contains 
four rooms (the furniture being made mainly from the fittings of the 
boat), including "Little Davie's room," that completest and must 
desirable little bedroom ever seen, in the stern of the vessel. A 
huge beach stone fireplace with andirons of old anchors, and 
before it a chair made from Webster's yacht '" Lapwing." 
Throughout the rooms may be seen many curios and relics almost 
without number. 


BOSTON PLATE & WINDOW GLASS CO. 

Window and Plate Class, Mirror Plates, &c. 261 to 2S7 A 
Street, South Boston. 70-22 Canal Street, Boston. W. B. 
Lambert. President ; F. A.Turner, Vice-President ; T. Sher- 
burne, Treasurer. 

W. E. BOSWORTH, 

Green Hill, Nantasket, Mass. 
Con: ractor and Builder. 


JOHN S. BROOKS, 

North Hanover. Groceries, Flour, Grain, Hay, 
Dry Goods, Crockerv, Hardware, &c. Established 
1854. P. O. Established, 1888, and Mr. Brooks has 
been Postmaster ever since. 


EDW. E. AMES, 

Eagles Nest. 
Residence, South River Road, Marshfield. 


BROOKS AND YOUNG. 

Assinippi. John Flavel Brooks, Edward L. Young. 
Established 1901. Groceries, Flour, Grain, Hay, 
Crockery, Hardware, &c. John Flavel Brooks, Post- 
master, appointed by President McKinley. 



CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY. 



GEO. W. BROWN, 

Scituate, Mass. Livery ami Boarding Stable. Coaches at 
Depot for all Trains. Piano and Furniture Moving. Teaming;. 
Building Lots and Cottages lor Sale ami to Let. Agent for 
tile New York and Boston Dispatch Express Co. Telephone 
Connection. 



WILFRED G. BROWN, 
Physician and Surgeon, Plymouth, Mass. 
Office Hours, 2 to 3 and ; to 8 P. M. 

REV. J. J. BUCKLEY, 

Pastor St. Peter's (R. C.) Church, 

Plymouth. 



JOHN H. BURKE, 

"Greenwood Dairy Farm. 1 ' Farmer, Greenwood St., Rock- 
land, \}i miles from Town Hall. Farm contains 50 acres, devoted 
to dairying and vegetable raising. Twelve cows, mostly Jersey. 
Market about 125 quarts of milk per day, to families in Roekland. 
Has modern appliances for cooling, &c. Also raises Vegetables 
which fiud a ready market. Abundance of pure Spring Water for 
all purposes. Four barns used for Hay, and other products. Also 
markets fresh Eggs the year round. Owns Real Folate in various 
parts of town. Horn in Rockland, 1S54. Sou of Edmund and 
Bridget (Landers) Burke, both now deceased. David, his eldest 
brother, was born in Wareham, 1852 Their sister Hannah is wife 
of M. A. Murphy, and both brothers reside with her. 



THOMAS H. BURKE, 

Rockland. Dealer in 

Choice Family Groceries, Flour and 

Grain, Confectionery, Cigars and Tobacco. 



WILLIAM H. BURKE, 

Home or Shore Lots at Scitnate Harbor, for 

Sale. With good Ocean View. Residence, Brook 

Street, Scitnate Harbor, or 232 State Street, Boston. 



EDWARD A. BURNETT, 

Attorney anil Counsellor-at-Law. Corner Leyden and Market 
Streets, Drew Block, Plymouth, Mass. Cipher Telegraphic Codes 
used at this Office : Wilber, Martimlale, the Associated At- 
torneys, U. S- Fidelity and Guarantee Co. Tel. No. 225-6. 



THOMAS H. BUTTIMER. 

Counsellor-at-Law, 
5 Treinont Street, Boston, Mass. 
Residence, Hingham, Mass. 



CHAMBERLAIN & FLETCHER, 

Brockton. Attorneys-at-Law. 

Office, 106 Main Street, rear 304. 



JOHN F. CALLANAN, 

Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law, 

52 Main Street, Plymouth, Mass. 
Tel., 29-4. 



Z. L. CANEDY, 

The Elm Farm. Located at Canedy Corners, 
Town of LakeviUe. P. O., Myricks, Mass. De- 
voted to general farm products. Dealer in anything 
to make a dollar. 



A. C CHANDLER & SON, 

Livery and Sale Stables, Middle Street and Park Avenue, 
Plymouth, Mass Carriages of all descriptions, with or without 
drivers, always iti readiness. Particular Attention to Parties 
Visiting Plymouth. Horses, Carriages and Harnesses for Sale. 



HENRY W CHANDLER, 

Whitman. Treasurer Whitman Grain & Coal 
Co., South Avenue, opposite Railroad Station. 
Residence, 19 Linden Street. 



CHAPIN'S FARM AGENCY, 

Geo. F. Keith, Manager. 257 Washington St., Hoston. Faims 
throughout Plymouth County shown free of expense. Publisher 
of "New England Illustrated." Copies mailed free on amplica- 
tion. Branch OfiVe, Bridgewater. 

JAMES F. CHARNOCK, 

Bridgewater. 

Real Estate and Insurance; Office, \% Main Street. 

HERBERT H. CHASE, 

Brockton. 
Attorney-at-Law, and Special Justice Police Court. 
Office 107 Main Street. 



W. A. S. CHRIMES, 
Residence, Hingham. 

Office, Sears Building, 

Boston. 

THOMAS A. CHURBUCK, 

Civil Engineer and Surveyor. Deeds Drawn 
and Executed. Justice of the Peace. East Ware- 
ham, Mass. 

JOHN W. CHURCHILL, 

Capitalist. Also Cranberry Grower, 

13 Chilton Street, 

Plymouth, 



CITY LIBRARY, 
Springfield, Mass. 
I Idler C. Wellinan, Librarian. 

CHARLES C. CLAPP, 

Residence, Water and Washington Street, 

Duxbury. 



E. H. CLAPP RUBBER COMPANY, 
35 Federal Street. Eugene II. Clapp, President; 
Arthur W. Clapp. Treasurer. Factory, Hanover, 
Mass. Address all Communications to Boston 

t lllicv. 



. A. T. CLARK, 

Real Estate. Surveying and Conveyancing. 
Residence, Marion Road, Town of Middle 
P. O., Rock. 



CLARK AND COLE, 

Manufacturers of Boot, Shoe and Packing Boxes. 
Printed and Lock Corner Boxes a Specialty. Mid- 
dleboro. G. S. Clark. E. B. Cole. Telephone Con- 
nection. 

CYRUS T. CLARK COMPANY, 

Painters, Decorators, and Hardwood Finishers, 

45 Wareham St., Boston, Mass. Arthur T. Clark, 

President ; David 0. Clark, Treasurer ; George S. 

Brazer, Gen'l Manager. Telephone Tremont, 431. 



RICHARD W. CLARK, 

Lumber. Buyer atid Dealer in Lumber of all kinds and thickness. 
Wood Lots purchased, Wood sawed to order and delivered. Farm 
of ';oo acres on east side of Snipituet Pond, Rochester, for Salt. 
Fine residence and bain, artesian well. Cranberry Bog of 3 acres, 
can be increased to 50 acres. For information address, Riehaid 
\V. Clark. Marion. Telephone connection. 



LEMUEL F. CLARK. 

Rockland. Horn 1S34 in Penobscot Co. , Maine. Educated in 
Public Schools and Bradford Academy, Maine. Came to East 
Abiug'.on (now Rockland) 1K56, and learued the carpenter trade. 
After three years worked in shoe shop. Enlisted in 1S64 in 
Co. A, oodi Massachusetts Infantry, and saw service with regi- 
ment. Being a good carpenter, was detailed building barracks, 
etc. Returning home, engaged again wilh Jenkins. Lane & Sons., 
then the largest factory in town or county, remaining till 1871. 
Two vears in ice business with H. A. Baker. Returned to shoe 
business, foreman si itching room, Tower & Gurney five years. 
Charge of fitting room Whitman & Tucker. 1S85 iu ice business 
again and still in it, cutting ice on Thompson's Pond ; houses 
2,000 tons capacity ; market, North Abington and Rockland. 
Though 69 years old. Mr. Clark is capable of a good day's work. 
Married Sarah A. Trufant, daughter of Amos and Ann (Terrill) 
Trufant,of Boston. Children, William A., in dry goods business, 
Rocklaud, since his seventeenth year ; now, at 42, owns Rock- 
land Dry Goods Store. Recently opened branch iu Concord, N. H., 
as Clark Bros. Another sou, A. Seymour, connected with Win. 
A. and Albert Linwood, just out of school. Edith Clark, daughter, 
has charge of millinery department Rocklaud Dry Goods Store. 



A. L. Aldrich. Willis Thachkr. 

COBB, ALDRICH & CO., 

Grocers. 

710 to 728 and 2235 Washington St., Boston, Mass. 



COHASSET SAVINGS BANK, 

Cohasset, Mass. 
A. H. Tower, President. Caleb Lothrop, Treasurer. 



COHASSET, TOWN OF. 

Selectmen — Philander H. Bates, Chairman ; Her- 
bert A. Tilden, Necomb B. Tower. Harry F. 
Tilden, Clerk. 



COHASSET PUBLIC SCHOOLS. 

Committee— Mrs. Martha I'. Howe, Harry E. Mapes, Mrs. 
Elizabeth O. Davenport, Rev. ('has. W. Merriani, Jason 
M. Ennice, Caleb Lothrop. Superintendent, Nelson G. 
Howard. Principal High School, Charles F.Jacob. 



MRS. R. A. COLE, 
Residence, 

Corner Main and Prospect Streets, 

Kingston. P. O., North Plymouth. 



JAMES B. COLLINGWOOD & SONS, 
Plymouth. Dealers in Furniture, Carpets and 
Curtains. Upholstering and Repairing. 53 Main 
Street. Jas. B. Collingwood, J. T. Collingwood, 
Jas. A. Collingwood. 

J. W. COOPER, 

Plymouth. Pharmacist. 

Howland Block, Shirley Sq. 

CO-OPERATIVE STORE COMPANY, 

Instituted 1875, Incorporated 1877. Henry B. 
Maglathlin, President and Manager. Silver Lake, 
Plymouth Co., Mass. Telephone connection. 

H. F. COPELAND, M. D., 

Physician and Surgeon. 
Residence, 532 Washington Street, Whitman. 



COUGHLAN BROS. 

Abington. Win. J. Coughlan, Danl. R. Cough- 
Ian. Attorneys-at-Law. Office, Centre Avenue. 
D. R. Coughlan, Town Clerk of Abington. 



COURT OF LAND REGISTRATION, 

Boston- 
ice 201 lYinberton Building. 

CHARLES R. COX & CO., 

Whitman. Dealer in General Groceries and Pro- 
visions. Stoif, Sproul's Block, Washington Street. 
Residence, 696 Washington Street. 

H. D. CRAIG, 

Plymouth, Mass. Dealer iu Coal, Hay and 
Grain. Odd Fellows' Building, Town Square. 
Telephone 12S-6. 



JOSHUA E. CRANE, 

Bridgewater. 
City Librarian at Taunton, Mass. 

CHARLES R. CRANE, 

Bridgewater. 
Residence, Pleasant Street. 

LEWIS A. CROSSETT, 
North Abington. 

Manufacturer of Boots and Shoes. 

THOS. W. CROCKER, 

Insurance Agent and Real Estate. 
31 Central Square, Bridgewater. 



J. G. CROSSMAN, 

Carpenter and Builder. Estimates furnished for 
Job Work, Paper Hanging and Carriage Work. 
P. O., Pleasant Street, South Hanson, Mass. Tele- 
phone connection. 



HORACE S. CROWELL, 

Dealer, Broker and Agent .Sea Shore Estates. 
Development, Improvement and Care of Estates a 
Specialty. 216 Washington Street, comer of State 
Street, Boston. 



ALBERT CULVER & CO., 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Grain, Flour, 
Hay and Straw, Lumber, Lime, Cement, Etc. 
Established 187 1. Telephone connection. Rock- 
land, Mass. 



ELMER L. CURTIS, 

Attorney-at-Law. Hingham. 

89 State Street, Boston. 



JOHN DALEY & SON, 

Hingham, Mass. Masons and Contractors. Deal- 
ers in Loam, Sods, .Sand, Stone, Beach Gravel, 
Wood and Coal. Jobbing of all kinds done to 
order. Thaxter Street. 



DANIEL E. DAMON, 

Attorney-at-Law. 
No. 9 Main Street. Plymouth, Mass. 

G. D. W. DAMON, 

Contractor and Builder. Plans and Estimates Furnished 
for all Descriptions of Construction and Repair Work, 
Painting and Mason Work included Residence, Oak and 
Highland Streets, Marshfield. P Marshfield Hills, Mass. 
Telephone connection. 



SARAH R. DAMON, 

Sunset View Farm. Located at Hollett 
Gansett Streets, Town of Scitnate. 

P. 0., North Scituate. 



and 



GEO. P. CUSHMAN, 

The Lookout. 
Residence, Washington Street, Duxbury. 
Telephone. 

GEORGE OUSHING, 

Hingham. Postmaster, appointed first by President Cleveland, 
reappointed by President Harrison, again by President Cleveland, 
and again by President McKinley. Chief of Hingham Fire De- 
partment. Prominent and well-known among Fire Departments 
all over the country. Proprietor of well-known Cusbing House, 
opposite Hingham Station, long and favorably known as one of 
the best hotels in Massachusetts, for its many comforts, fine 
equipment and excellent table. Also first-class livery stable iu 
connection therewith. Geo. C. Clary, who has been with Mr. 
Cushing as clerk for many years, is well known and deservedly 
popular for universal courtesy and polite attention to gues'.s of 
the house. 



ALONZO CUSHING. 

South Hingham Born at South Hingham, 1827. Education 
obtained in district schools until 16, working in summer on farm 
with father. At 16 left home and learned carpenter trade in Bos- 
ton until 21. Worked two months in Boston after he was free. 
Then returned home and first work was helping father build home 
on South Pleasant street, which still stands. Next built house in 
which he now resides, occupying it January 15, 1851. Followed 
carpentering till i860. Went into the grocery business, convert- 
ing his carpenter shop into grocery store, which he conducted 29 
years. While conducting grocery business built a number of houses, 
among the best being Rev. Joseph Jacobs' and the Pridee House. 
Forty-sight yeats ago built Win. C. Wilder's house. Since giving 
up grocery business has lived retired. Director for 25 years Hing- 
ham M. F. Insurance Co., Director Hingham Institute for Sav- 
ings. A member of Second Unitarian Chruch for 50 years. 



CHARLES S. DAVIS, 
Attorney-at-Law. Plymouth. 



ALBERT DAVIS, 

President Whitman National Bank. Also Treas- 
urer Plymouth County. 

Residence, 30 South Avenue, Whitman. 

JOSHUA DELANO, 

Resilience, Main, near Prospect Street, 
Kingston, Mass. 

P. ()., North Plymouth. 

SETH L. DEXTER, 
Locust Dairy Farm. Dealer in Pure Milk. 
Located on Rochester Road, Marion. P. O., Marion. 
Milk delivered in bottles, cans or measure, twice 
each day. 

LEMUEL LE BARON DEXTER, 

Attorney -at-Law. 
Mattapoisett, Massachusetts. 



GEO. A. DILL & EDMUND F. CLARK. 

Heal Estate and Insurance. Rooms 401-402 

Tremont Building, Boston. 
Telephone, Hayniarket 1308. 

EDWIN B. DORRANCE, 

Residence, 143 South Main Street, Middleboro, 
Mass. Building Lots on Main Street, accessible by 
Electric Railway from all parts of the country. 
Within a short distance of Postoffice. 



THOMAS DREW & CO., 

South Hanover. Dealers in Groceries and General Merchan- 
dise. Mr. Drew was born in Falmouth, Mass. Is a veteran of 
the late Civil War, enlisting in Co. C, 4th Mass. Cavalry in 1863, 
and served until mustered out in 1865, having been in all the 
engagements in which the regiment participated in Virginia and 
the Carolinas. He is a member of Hanson Post 127, G. A. R. 
and has served two terms as Commander. Mr. Drew was com- 
missioned Postmaster October 14, 1S97, by President McKinley. 
The first Postmaster was J. G. Stetson, deceased, commissioned 
by Abraham Lincoln, February 15, 1864. Business established 
1881 as successor of E. Y. Perry. 



DRISCOL, CHURCH & HALL, 

Wholesale Grocers. New Bedford, Mass. Sole 
Agents for John Aldeu Flour. W. N. Church, 
I. B. Tomkins, Jr., A. Frank Clark. 



CHARLES F. DUDLEY. 

Abington. 
Ice Dealer. Families Supplied. 



B. F. DURGIN, 

Nantasket. Atlantic Pavilion, Nantasket Beach. One of the 
Finest Beer Gardens on the Beach. Music and Singing After- 
noon and evening. Atlantic Bottling Works, Nantasket Beach, 
Tonic Beers, Ale, Lager, etc. Family Trade Supplied and De- 
livered Free. Sole Agent for Massachusetts Breweries Co. 
Mr. Durgin has had twenty-eight years experience as a bottler 
and has been established in business eighteen years, beginning 
in Boston in 1885. Located in Hull, 1893, on Nantasket Avenue, 
opposite D. O. Wade's Ocean House. Iu Spring of 1903 he 
erected his present up-to-date plant, which is one of the best in 
Massachusetts, located on Nantasket Avenue, near Surfside. 
Goods have an established reputation for excellence of quality 
and sold entirely iu this town and contiguous territory. 



DUXBURY, TOWN OF 

Selectmen — Henry H. Lewis, Chairman, Edmund 
H. Sears, Wendell Phillips. Town Clerk— Geo. 
H. Stearns. 



DUXBURY COAL AND LUMBER CO. 

John F. Browning, Proprietor. We supply every- 
thing iu the Building Line. Duxbury, Mass. Fire 
Insurance Agency. Telephone connection. 



JEDEDIAH DWELLEY, 

Hanover. County Commissioner and Auctioneer. 
Residence, North Hanover. 



C WALDO DYER. 

Whitman. Auctioneer. Real Estate Dealer. 
Special attention given to Farm Properties. Resi- 
dence, 496 Plymouth Street. 



EAST BRIDGEWATER, TOWN OF 

Selectmen — Henry Gurney, Chairman, E- S. 

Whitmarsh, Samuel C. White. Town Clerk- 
Frank Smith. 



EAST BRIDGEWATER SAVINGS BANK, 

East Bridgewater. Chas. F. Mann, Treasurer. 

Bank Building, Bedford Street. 



W. B. ELLIS 

" Ellsberg." North Scituate. 



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CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY. 



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JOSEPH A ELWELL, 



Summer Street. 



Bridgewater. 



FEED L. EMERSON, 

Bridgewater. Superintendent W. II. McElwain 

& Co. Residence, Pleasant Street 



H. W. EVEREST, 

Real Estate. 
Residence, Cottage .Street, Marion. 

RICHARD A. EVERSON, 

Manufacturer of Cape Cod Champion Cranberry Pickers. 
Cranberry Bog Builder. Buyinff and Selling Bog Land a 
Specialty. Dealer in Wood and Lumber. Wood Sawed at 
your borne. House Lots forsale at South Hanson Station. 
Address, South Hanson. 

JOHN H. FAIRBANKS, 

Bridgewater. Established 1863. Dealer in Hard- 
ware, Crockery, Stoves, Sewing Machines, Paints, 
Oils, Etc. Agricultural Implements. 



FALL BROOK STOCK FARM, 

Dodge Estate. Herbert B. Thompson, Manager. 
Located at Wareham and Grove Streets. 

Middleboro, Mass. 



FARRAK BROS., 

F S Farrar, W. W. Farrar, Assinippi. Proprietors " Farrar 
Poultry Farm " of twenty-two acres, since 11-85. Buildings used 
in raising poultry : one brooder house, 130 x 15 feet: one brooder 
house loox 15 feet: two brooder houses, 100 x 10 feet, one lay- 
ins; house, 100x10 feet; twelve colony houses, 6x8 feet; one 
inSuhalor house, 14x30 feet; one grain house. Produce 4,500 
roasting chickens, averaging six pounds each. 



HOWLAND FAUNCE & CO., 

Whitman. General Insurance Agents, Jenkins' 
Building. Life, Accident, Eire, Liability, Fidelity, 
Plate Glass and Steam Boiler Insurance. 



WALTER H. FAUNCE, 

Real Estate and Conveyancing. County Com- 
missioner, Plymouth County. Chairman of Select- 
men, Town of Kingston, Mass. Telephone, 7-12. 



CHARLES R. FELTON, 

City Engineer. Brockton. 

' Office, City Hall. 



J. B. FITZPATRICK, 

23 Court Street, Room 209, Boston. Real Estate, 
Insurance and Auctioneer. Mortgages negotiated. 
Telephone 1410. 



JOHN J. FORD, 

Conveyancer, Greeubush, Mass. Chairman of 
Selectmen, Town of Soituate. Justice of the Peace 
and Chief of the Fire Department. Telephone 
connection. 



JOHN FOSTER, 

Real Estate. Shore and Cottage Lots for sale in 
all parts Plymouth County. P. O., South Hanson, 
Mass. Telephone connection. 



WALTER B. FOSTER, 

Hiugham. Civil Engineer. Insurance Agent. 
Treasurer Co-operative Bank. Office, Water Com- 
pany Building, South Street. 



FREDERIC C. ADAMS PUBLIC LIBRARY. 

Kingston. Horatio Adams, Chairman Trustees. 
Mrs. Jennie McLauthleu, Librarian. 



WARREN GODDARD, 
Attorney-at-Law. Brockton. 

Office, 254 Main Street. 



EDWARD T. HARRINGTON. 

Boston. 
Real Estate Agents and Brokers. 

Office 293 Washington Street. 



JASON GORDON, 

( Iwner Pine Bluff. Shore Lots on Assawompsett Pond, on 
long kasc. Most pleasant and attractive bluff on the Pond. 
P. ( )., Harrison Square, Boston. Electric cars pass the bluff. 
Pure Spring Water pumped to each house. 

E. A. GORHAM, 

Columbian Bog. Residence, Mattakeesett St., 
Town of Pembroke. P, 1 >., Bryantville, Mass. Tele- 
phone connection. Grower of the best varieties ol 
Cranberries. 



BENJAMIN W. HARRIS, 
East Bridgewater. 
Judge (jf Probate and Attorney. 

Residence, Bedford Street. 



ROBERT I. HARRIS, 
Residence, East Bridgewater. 

Associate Justice Massachusetts Superior Court. 



LEWIS GOULDING, 



Whitman. Manufacturer "Goulding Spring " Tonics, all 
leading flavors. Family Flavoring Extracts of best quality. 
Also proprietor of famous " Colliding Spring Water." Tele- 
phone. Corthell Avenue, off Temple Street. 



HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE CO., 

Hartford, Conn. Boston Department, 58 Kilby 
Street. James Bruerton, Manager. Arthur N. 
Bruerton, Assistant Manager. Telephone 2172. 



TOWN OF HINGHAM, MASS., 

Selectmen, De Witt C. Bates, Chairman ; Walter 
W. Hersey, Walter T. Jones ; Town Clerk, Fred. 
II. Miller.' 

HINGHAM PUBLIC LIBRARY, 

Hiugham. 

Hawkes Fearing, Librarian. 



HOBART HOUSE, 

180 South Avenue, Whitman. Thos. J. Dona- 
hue, Proprietor. First-class in every respect. Stable 
ill connection. 



C. N. GRANT, 

Nantasket Point. Has been identified with Hull for over [5 
years. Genera] .Manager Hull and Boston Steamboat Co. Gen- 
eral Office Atlantic Avenue, Boston. Proprietor of Roller Coaster 
and other Amusements at Nantasket Point. Also handles Plying 
Horsis and Roller Coasters on the Reservation. 



E. T. HARVEL, 

Rockland. 
Proprietor Rockland Pelting Co. President 
Rockland Savings Bank. Residence, 17 Union 
Street. 



CHAS. P. HOLDEN, 

Dealer in Xew and Second-hand Machinery. 
394 Atlantic Avenue, Boston. 



F. D. GRAVES, 

Boarding and Livery Stable, North Sciluate Beach, Mass Hack 
and Carriage Service of all kinds. Winter Board for Horses. 
New York and Boston Dispatch Express. Cottages and Cottage 
Lots for Sale. Telephone connection. 



FRANKLIN W. HATCH, 

Residence, Main Street, Marshfield. 

Real Estate. 



JOHN B. HOLLIS, 

Real Estate. Beautiful Cottage Lots located at 
Powder Point. Residence, Bay Pond Terrace, 
Powder Point Avenue. Duxbury, Mass. Tele- 
phone connection. 

ALLEN F. HOLMES, 



Postmaster, 
Plymouth, Mass. 



GRAVES & STELNBARGER, 
Real Estate Dealers. 

15 Court Square, Boston. 



DR. E. S. HATHAWAY, 

Building Lois for Sale at Fairview. High land, 
natural drainage, connected with the Public Water 
Supply. Address 18 Center Street, Middleboro. 



ALFRED E. GREEN, 

Duxbury, Mass. Mutual Benefit Life Insurance 
Co, Newark, N.J. London Assurance Corporation 
(Fire) .Etna Life Insurance Company (Casualty). 

EDWIN K. GREER. 

Dealer in Eastern, Southern and Western Lumber. 
Hardware, Mouldings, Gutters, Doors, Windows, 
Blinds, Paints, Oil's and Varnishes. Wareham, 
Mass. Telephone connection. 



JUDAH HATHAWAY, 

Manufacturer and Dealer in Box Boards, Shingles, 
Hard and Soft Lumber. Custom Sawing to Order. 
Wood Sawed and Delivered. P. O., Rochester. 



A. B. HAYWARD, 



Expert on Seashore and Summer Resort property. Ocean front 
Cottage and Land for Sale in Hull. Nantasket, Cohasset. also on 
the North Shore. I have made a specialty of Seashore Real Es- 
tate for over sixteen vears and if mv experience can be auv advant- 
age to you, please call at mv office. 315 John Hancock Building. 
Boston. Established I SS7. Telephone 4657-2 Main. 



JOHN B. GUELPA, 

Home Lots for Sale on Ferry Hill. Residence, 
Elm Street, corner Ferry Hill Road. Sea View. 
P. O., Marshfield. 



GEO. L. HAYWARD, 

House Lots at Oakland Beach. Located at Mon- 
ponsett Lake, Town of Hanson. P. O, South Han- 
son, Mass. Residence, 129 Pleasant Street. Tele- 
phone connection. 



F. C. HOLMES, 

Assistant Treasurer Plymouth Cordage Company, 

North Plymouth, Mass. 



GEO. B. HOLMES, 

Carpenter and Builder. Estimates furnished for 
all kinds of buildings and repair work. Residence, 
Main Street, corner Landing Road, Kingston, Mass. 
Telephone. 



HORACE HOLMES, 

Residence, Elm Street, 
Kingston, Mass. 



OSCAR L. GURNEY, 

Insurance and Real Estate. Fire, Life, Accident, Plate 
Glass, Tornado, Fidelity and Title Insurance. Residence, 
Indian Head Street, near Indian Head Pond, Town of Han- 
son. South Hanson P. O. Justice of the Peace. 



E. B. & C. L. HAYWARD, 

Brockton Civil Engineers and Surveyors. Elec- 
tric Railways, Track and Highway Construction, &c. 
Office 15 Green Street. 



HENRY GURNEY, 

Ehnwood. Chairman Selectmen, East Bridge- 
water. Residence, West Street. 



WILLIAM L. HEALEY, 

Contractor and Builder. Estimates and Plans 
Furnished for all kinds of Building and Mason work. 
Address Sea View, Marshfield. 



ALEXANDER HOLMES, 

Edge Hill. 
Residence, Wapping Road, near Main Street, 
Kingston, Mass. 
Telephone. 



HOME NATIONAL BANK. 

Brockton. 
Preston B. Keith, President ; Warren B. Smith, 
Cashier. 100 Main Street. 



GEORGE M. HOOPER, 

Bridgewater. 

Civil Engineer and Real Estate Dealer. 



JOHN J. GEOGAN, 
Whitman. Attorney-at-Law. Residence, 48 
Laurel Street. Office, Jenkin's Block. 



GERMAN AMERICAN INSURANCE CO., 

of New York. Rogers & Howes, Managers. 
30 Kilby Street, Boston. 



WALLACE HACKETT, 

Norwell. Successor of Joseph H. Hackett, Manufacturer of 
and Dealer in Wood and Lumber. Box Boards a specialty. 
Cedar Posts, Etc. Beechwood. Born 1868, son of Joseph H. and 
Sarah (Totman) Hackett. Educated in Hingham Public Schools. 
Owing to illness he was obliged to abandon his studies in 1 5th year 
and went to work for his father, whose health was impaired. At this 
early age he assumed responsibility of tae business, keeping books 
and looking after all details. In 1891 he took charge and became 
successor of his father. The mill, located near highway, is 
equipped with latest improved machinery, Capacity 6,000 feet 
per day. Employs eight or nine men on an average. Also does 
teaming, keeping eight horses and two drivers. Father estab- 
lished business in 1880, in a mill known as the Stockbridge Mill, 
which had been in use one hundred years, now totally demolished. 
New mill all modern. Married Ada Pearl Bryant, daughter of 
Oscar and Clara (Dustill) Bryant, of Taunton, formerly of New 
Hampshire. Two children, son and daughter. 



IRA G. HERSEY, 

Contractor and Builder, 

166 Devonshire Street, Boston. 
Residence, Hingham. 



HOOPER, LEWIS & CO., 

Stationers, blank Hook Manufacturers. Wholesale and Retail. 
105 and 107 Federal Street, Boston. S. Henry Hooper, President; 
Chailes K. Cherrington, Manager ; E. Pelhara Dood, Treasurer. 
Established 1797. Incorporated 1900. 



ISAAC L. HEDGE, 

Ice Dealer. 
Ice Houses— Hedge Pond, Plymouth. 
Smelt Pond, Kingston. 



WILLIAM HEDGE, 

Attorney-at-Law, 
Boston and Plymouth, Mass. 



PHILIP F. HALL, 

Seashore Property. Real Estate, Mortgages and 
Insurance. Notary Public. 66 Equitable Building, 
Boston. Telephone 218 Main. 



O. K. GERRISH, 

Nurseryman. 

Nurseries at Geneva, N. Y., and Lakeville, Mass. 

P. O. Address, Lakeville, Mass. 



GIBBS & PRATT, 



Counsellors-at-Law. Rooms 703-705 Tremont 
Building, Boston. Emery B. Gibbs, Brookline, 
Edward B. Pratt, Hingham. 



WALTON HALL, 

Daniel Webster Place. 
Residence, Webster Street, Marshfield. 



JAMES F. HAMILTON, 

Whitman . 
Pastor " Holv Ghost '' (R. C) Church, 

Washington, Corner School. 



FRANCIS A. HAMMOND, 

Attorney-at-Law. 

4ji Central Square, Bridgewater. 



DR. E. D. HILL, 

3 Court Street. 

Office Hours : 2 to 3 and 7 to 9 evenings. 

Plymouth, Mass. 

HILLER BROS., 

I iverv Boarding and Sale Stable. Horses Boarded, Coaches to 
all Trains Baggage called for and delivered. Hard and Soft Coal, 
Lumber of all kinds, Builders Supplies, Paints, Lime and Cement, 
Marion, Mass. Telephone. 

SUMNER P. HINCKLEY, 

Real Estate, Mortgages and Investments. Agent 
for New Hampshire Fi're Ins. Co. Room 50 Devon- 
shire Building, No. 16 State St., Boston. Office hours: 
10 to 12. Telephone 1421 Main and 349 Brookline. 



HARRISON L. HOUSE. 

West Hanover. 

Civil Engineer, Justice of the Peace, Auctioneer. 

HOWARD SEMINARY, 

West Bridgewater. 
Instituted 1882. Hon. I. N. Nutter, President; 
Sarah E. Laughton, Principal. 



OLIVER H. HOWE, M. D., 

Physician and Surgeon. 

Office and Residence, North Main Street, Cohasset. 



CHARLES W. HOWLAND, 

Rockland. 
Civil Engineer, Notary Public. 



C. W. HOWLAND & SON, 

Rockland. 
General Insurance Agents. Office Main Street. 



HINGHAM INSTITUTE FOR SAVINGS, 

(Incorporated 1834). Hingham, Mass. 

Telephone, Hingham 10. 

Enos Loring, President ; H. P. Hersey, Treasurer. 



C S. GLEASON, 

Physician and Surgeon. 

Wareham, Mass. 



DR. T. F. HANNA, 

Post Office Building, Plymouth. 
Office Hours: Until 9 A. M.; 2-4, 7~9 **• M - 
Telephone. 



HINGHAM WATER CO., 
Office, South Street, Hingham. 

W. H. Thomas, Superintendent. 



HULL, TOWN OF 

Selectmen -John Smith, Chairman; Alfred A. 
Galliano, James Jeffrey. Town Clerk— James 
Jeffrey. 



INSURANCE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION, 
55 Kilby Street, Boston. 



CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY. 



THOMAS JACKSON, 

Real Estate and Insurance. Fire, Life, Accident. Plate Glass 
and Employers' Liability. Justice of the Peace. Scottish Union 
ional Ins. Co, Royal Ins. Co., New York Underwriters 
. Quincy Mutual. Merrimack Mutual. British American 
Assurance Co. Tbnringia Ins. Co., Traders' Ins. Co.. Chicago, 
Fireman's Ins. Co., Newark, N. J., Maryland Casualty Co. 
59 Main Street, Plymouth, Miss. 



WILLIAM D. JACKSON. 

Bridgewater. 

Teacher State Normal School. 

Residence, Mt. Prospect Street. 



THE JAMES LIBRARY. 
Nbrwell. Founded and endowed by Josiah L. James of Chica ;o, 
a native oi Norwell. The Library is the possession and under 
the general control of the First Parish of Norwell. Committee of 
Management, Rev. H. H. Keens, Chairman ; J. C. Otis, J. F, 
Merritt, Librarian; Mrs. Helen L. Fogg, Treasurer; Mrs. Emma 
H. Bates, Secretary. Building dedicated May ist, 1S74. Library- 
contains about 4600 books. A fund of about |to,ooo, contributed 
by the founder and other townspeople and former residents, pro- 
vides funds for the purchase of books and other expenses. A 
fund of $ 1,000 also provides for care of building. 



GEORGE JEFFREY, 

Surfside, Xautasket. 
Dealer in Real Estate. Houses for Sale and to Let. 
Lots tor Sale. 



JAMES JEFFREY, 

Xautasket. Hull and Hingham Fire Insurance. Western 
Assurance Co . of Toronto ; Westchester Insurance Co., of 
New York : Fireman's Insurance Co., of Newark. N. I. 
Telephone, 512 Hingham. P. O Address, Surfside, Mass. 



GEO. O JENKINS, 

Whitman. President Whitman Savings Bank, 
and Chairman of Investment Board. Residence, 
Warren Avenue. 



ALBERT L. JEWELL, 

Boston. 

Real Estate, 209 Washington Street. 



H. G. JORDAN, 

Treasurer Marstou Coal Company, 75 State and 
242 Albany Streets, and Chapin Coal Company, 
512 Atlantic Avenue, Boston, Mass. 



EBEN. D. JORDAN, 

Banker, Etc. Boston, Mass. 



PERCY W. KEITH, 

Insurance and Real Estate. 

Room 3, Bank Building, 

Middleboro. 



SUMNER KEITH, 

Dealer in Coal, Lime, Cement, Mason's 
Supplies, Etc. 

Bridgewater. 



ALBERT KEITH, 
1 156 Main Street, C, Brockton. 



GEORGE E. KEITH, 

Brockton Shoe Manufacturer. Factories near R. 
R. Station, Campbello. Boston office 54, 56 Lincoln 
Street. Residence, 1224 Main .Street, C. 



ZLBA 0. KEITH, 

Brockton. 
Treasurer Monarch Rubber Company, 

Residence, 1260 Main Street, C. 

GEO. W. KELLEY, 

Rockland. Attorney-at-Law. 

Judge of District Court. Office, Webster Building. 
Residence, Liberty Street, Sunnybank. 



REV. WILLIAM ED. KELLEY, 
Pastor St. Thomas Aquinas (R. C.) Church 

Bridgewater. 



GEORGE E. KIMBALL, 

Hingham. Mass. Successor to Wilder & Kimball. Lumber. 
Builders' Hardware, Masons' Materials, Drain Pipe 
Wharf on Summer Street Telephone connection. Resi- 
dence. School Street. Hingham Center. 



C. D. KINGMAN. 

Florist. 

Oak and Center Streets, Middleboro. 



KINGSTON, TOWN OF 

Selectmen — Walter II. Faunce, Chairman; 
Samuel Atwell, David Delano. Town Clerk — 
Henry S. Everson. 



CHARLES H. KILLAM. 

Assinippi. Dealer in Wood, Box Boards. Slabs, Etc. 
Agent for Swift's Lowell Fertilizer. Born in Hanover 
seventy years ago. For forty years, up to 1S97, a Boot and 
Shoe Manufacturer. Since then manufacturing Box Hoards, 
Etc. Member of Legislature 1874. Selectman, Assessor, 
and Overseer of Poor nine years, being Chairman of Boards 
the whole time. Also Town Constable. Mr. Killam is 
widely known and highly esteemed. 



F. B. KNAPP, 

Duxbury, Mass. Powder Point Hall and other 
buildings of Powder Point School open for 
Boarders through July and August. Lots for sale. 
Cottages for sale and to let. Telephone. 



E. G. KNIGHT, 

Hull. Carpenter and Builder. Born in Troy, N. H., 1840. 
Learned carpenter business without serving an apprenticeship, 
and began business at 22 years of age. Has carried on the busi- 
ness over forty years, and his work in Hull and elsewhere shows 
the excellency of its quality. Has erected some of the finest 
houses in Hull, including those for the late John Boyle O'Reilly 
and Alfred Douglas, of N. Y. Has also built many sail boats. 
In 1901 he built a sailing yacht for F. L. Keys, of Newton. Has 
been Town Treasurer twenty-four years and was Selectman ami 
Overseer of Poor for nineteen years, 1S6S to iSST, except three 
years as Collector of Taxes. 



LAKESIDE HOUSE, 

Walter B. Parkhurst, Proprietor. Located on Bedford Street, 
Town of Lakeville, facing Assawompsett Pond. P. O , Lakeville, 
Mass. Telephone connection. Taunton Pumping Station. Good 
Boating and Fishing. 



LAKEVILLE, TOWN OF 

Selectmen — Nathaniel G. Staples, Chairman 
Fred. A. Shockley, Z. L. Canedy. Town Clerk- 
Ernest C. Harvey. 



GEO. F. LANE, 

Dealer in General Merchandise, Coal, Grain and Farming 
Tools. Pos-.office and store, Silver Lake, Plymouth Co., Mass. 
Silver Lake Trout Farm. Grower and Shipper of Brook Trout 
of all ages. Guaranteed safe arrival. Also grower of cranberries. 
Telephone connection. 



MAJOR EVERETT LANE, 
Residence, Rockland, Mass. 



LE BARON FOUNDRY CO., 

Architectural, Machinery, Stove and Job Cast- 
ings. Middleboro, Mass. New York office, 625- 
627 Sixth Avenue. F. N. Le Baron, President ; 
E. L- Le Baron, Treasurer. 



J. B. LE BARON, 

Manufacturer of and Dealer in all kinds of Oak, 
Pine and Cedar Lumber, Telephone Poles, Spiles, 
Shingles and Wood. All kinds of Lumber sawed 
to order. Dealer in Ice. Middleboro. 



PERCY F. LELAND, 

Boston. Real Estate. 

Office, 113 Devonshire Street. 



N. W. LEONARD, 

Residence, 1 10 Centre Street, Middleboro, Mass. 
Choice Building- Lots for Sale. 



FRANCIS H. LINCOLN, 

Real Estate and Insurance Broker. Agent of the 
Hingham Mutual Fire Insurance Co. for Boston 
and vicinity. 742 Exchange Building, 53 State 
Street, Boston. Residence, Hingham. 



LINCOLN MILL GRAIN & FEED CO. 

Jere. R. Ainslie, President ; 0. L- Johnson, Treas- 
urer. Millers and Dealers in Hay, Grain and Mill 
Feed. North Scituate, Mass. Telephone con- 
nection. 



G. H. KELTON, 

Residence, South River Street, Marshfield. 
Office, Country Club, Brookline. 



M. HERMAN KENT, 

Marshfield, Mass. Justice of the Peace, Conveyancer and 
Real Estate Agent. Farm, Residence and Seashore Property 
for Sale and for Rent. Special attention given to business 
connected with the settlement of estates. 



W. O. LINCOLN, 
Town Auditor. Hingham, Mass. 



CHAS. I. LITCHFIELD, 

Real Estate Broker. 

Boston and Plymouth, Mass. 



STEPHEN LITCHFIELD, JR., 
Civil Engineer. th Scituate. 



HARRISON LORING, 

The Bay Farm. Residence Border Street, (Pil- 
grim Boulevard), Island Creek, Town of Duxbury. 
P. ()., Island Creek, Mass. Telephone connection. 



JOB O. LORING, 

Rockland. Manufacturer of all kinds of Building Material. 

Horn. Hingham, 1845 Tin-re educated in District School. Sou 
and Sarah (Hough) Loring. Learned business with father 

who was carpenter and bnilder in Huston. When fifteen his 
father died and from then to twenty-one worked as journeyman. 

Then started for himself and erected a large stable, still standing, 
lo Rockland when twenty-four, where and iii adjoining 
towns he has erected over one hundred buildings. Iii 1890 bought 
a factory corner Webster and Liberty, which lie operated lor five 
years, manufacturing building materials, etc. Moved to Norlh 
Abington ami bought K. 1'. Reed mill, which lie disposed of after 
one year. Since then has handled real estate and attending to 
his own property and occasionally taking a building contract, 
Mr. Loring, being a student and lover of books, has since his six- 
teenth year accumulated one of the finest private libraries in town 



LORING READING ROOM, 
Under the supervision of the Plymouth Cord- 
age Company, North Plymouth, for the use of the 
employees of that Company. Librarian, Miss Sarah 
C. Vande Carr, Asst. Librarian, Miss M. A. Everson. 



BENJAMIN LORING. 

Asinnippi, Mass., takes a marked interest in educational matters, 

and is chairman of the School Committee of the town of Norwell. 
The Loring Dairy Farm, one of the best in the town of Norwell. 
The distribution of the product from the herd of line milch cows 
kept on this farm is effected through the firm of Loring Brothers, 
composed of Mr. Loring and his brother, A. Loring. Havealarge 
shore trade in the season, supplying many of th,- leading hotels 
and families, with a depot at Nantasket Point. 



GEO. MABBETT & SONS COMPANY, 

Plymouth, Mass. Makers of High Grade Cloth. 
George Mabbett, President ; H. E. Mabbett, Trea- 
surer ; George E. Mabbett, Secretary. 



MacCORRY & BURNS, 

Real Estate, Mortgages, Auctioneers and Insurance, Miuot 
Building, 113 Devonshire St., Room 65, Boston, Mass. Chas. 
E. S. MacCorry, 68 St. Stephen St , Boston. II, I,. Bums, 86 
Peck St., Franklin, Mass. Telephone 3155-3 Main. 



JOHN L. MAGEE, 
Residence, Bayside Road Powder Point, 

Duxbury. 



HORACE B. MAGLATHLIN, 

Manufacturer of all kinds of Tacks and Cut Nails. Machine 
Tacks a Specialty. Silver Lake, Plymouth Co., Mass. Extensive 
grower of Cranberries. Bogs located throughout Plymouth 
County. Telephone connection. 



GEO. E. MANSFIELD & CO., 

Rockland. 
Embalmers and Funeral Directors. 



GEORGE E. MANSFIELD, 

Rockland. Agent for Glens' Falls Insurance Company - also 
represents German, of Freeport; Traders of Chicago, Citizens of 
St. Louis and The Hampshire, Quincy. Berkshire and Middlesex 
Mutual Companies. Also represenls The Mutual Life, Home Life 
and Fidelity and Casualty Companies of N. Y., and Security Mu- 
tual Life Increase Company of Binghampton. 



MAQUAN SANITORIUM, 

F. S. Thomas, M. D., LL D., Physician, Hanson, Mass. In 
1S94 Dr. Thomas opened a Sanitarium for the treatmentof chronic 
diseases. Special preparations have been made to successfully 
treat Nervous Prostration and Diseases of Women. The Sani- 
torium is healthfully and beautifully located on Maquan Street, 
near Maquan Pond, a short distance from Gordon Rest, the Sani- 
tarium of the King's Daughters of Massachusetts. Dr. Thomas 
is a graduate of Harvard Medical School, and for many years has 
been physician to Gordon Rest 



MARSHFIELD, TOWN OF 

Selectmen— Nathaniel Taylor, Chairman ; John 
H. Eaines, Hartley L- Thomas. Town Clerk- 
George H. Weatherbee. 



CHARLES MAURICE MAXIM, 
Maplewood Farm. 
Plymouth and New Bedford Road. 

P. O., South Middleboro. 



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C. W. MAXIM, 

Planing and Moulding Mill. Complete Stock of 
Mouldings, Door and Window Frames, Columns, 
Stair Work a Specialty. Cambridge Street, Middle- 
boro, Mass. Telephone connection. 



CLARENCE W. MAXIM, 
Ridge Hill Farm. Located 'at Bisbee's Corner 
Rochester. P. (.)., North Rochester. Devoted to 
laisiug Fruit, Truck and Cranberries. " Chancit 
Peaches " a Specialty. 



REV. WILLIAM H. McDONOTJGH. 

Pastor St. Anthony's R. C. Church. 

Cohasset, Mass. 



C. W. McLAUTHLIN, 

General Store, Real Estate and Insurance. Sum- 
mer Cottages for Sale and to Let. Postmaster, Green 
Harbor, Marshfield, Mass. Telephone Station. 



McNEELAND BROS., 

Contractors. Heavy and light teaming of all kinds. Estimates 
given on Stone and Brickwork. Kxcavatiug. Sand, Gravel, Loam 
» lit., 1 " Ur « e or „ Su ' a11 Quantuies. Residence, Office and 
Stables, Plymouth St Bridgewater, Mass. Robert J. McNeeland 
< reorge S. McNeeland. ™«™, 



MELLEN & LEACH, 
Real Estate and Insurance. Brockton. 

Brockton Office, 106 Main St. 
Campbello Office, 1 106 Main St. 



MEMORIAL PUBLIC LIBRARY, 

South Street, Bridgewater. 

A. C. Boydeu, Pies. Gustavus Pratt, Treas. 

Lucia L. Christian, Librarian. 



MERION, TOWN OF 

Selectmen— Win. A. Andrew, Chairman ; Win 
H. Cobb, W. II. H. Ryder. Town Clerk-Charles 
H. Delano. 



MERION PUBLIC LIBRARY, 

Merion. 
Mary E. Allen, Librarian. 



GEORGE N. MERRILL & CO., 
Civil Engineers, 
Springfield, Mass. 

B. H. MERRITT, 

Contractor and Builder, North Scituate, Mass. Residence, 
Main Street, near Hatherly School. Plans and estimates' 
furnished for Wood Work, Lath and Plastering, Brick Work, 
Rustic Stone Work, Painting, etc. Telephone connection. 



MIDDLEBOROUGH, TOWN OF 

Selectmen— Edward F. Witham, Chairman ; Ly- 
man P. Thomas, William M. Haskins. Town 
Clerk— Amos H. Eaton. 



MIDDLEBOROUGH CO-OPERATIVE BANK, 
Joseph E. Beals, Secretary. 



MIDDLEBORO INSURANCE AGENCY, 

T. C. Collins & Son, Insurance and Real Estate 
Agent for Steamship Lines. Special Commissioner, 
Notary Public. No. 8, Wareham St., Middleboro. 



MASSACHUSETTS STATE DEPARTMENTS. 
Board of Health. 

Massachusetts Highway Commission. 

Massachusetts State Library. 

Massachusetts Harbor and Land Commission. 



MASSACHUSETTS STATE FARM, 
Col. H. M. Blackstoue, 

Superintendent. 



MIDDLEBORO WATER WORKS, 
Commissioners— Amos H. Eaton, Joseph E. Beals, 
Foster A. Harlow. Superintendent, Jos. E. Beals. 
Clerk, Walter L- Beals. 



THE MIDDLEBOROUGH NATIONAL BANK. 

Middleboro, Mass. Capital $50,000. Surplus and 
Profits $22,000. G. E- Tillson, President ; Geo. E. 
Doane, Vice-President ; A. A. Thomas, Cashier. 



MIDDLEBORO SAVINGS BANK. 

Middleboro, Mass. Jas. H. Harlow, President; 
A. M. Wood, Treasurer ; T. N. Wood, Assistant 
Treasurer. Banking Hours: 9 to 12 A.M.; 2 to 4 
P. M.; 7 to 8 Saturday P. M. 



MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES. 

Abington M. F. Ins. Co., Abington ; Berkshire M. F. Ins. Co 
I'.ti.siield; Cambridge M. F. Ins. Co., Cambridgeport ; Citizens' 
M. F. Ins. Co., Boston; Dorchester M. F. Ins Co \, ■,. 
Fitcnburg M. F. Ins. Co., Fitchburg; Hingham M. F. [11 
Hingham ; Holyoke M. P. Ins, Co . Salem; Lowell M. F. Ins' 
Co., Lowell ; Merchants' and Farmers' M. F. Ins. Co Wol 
Mernmack M. F. Ins. Co., Andover ; Middlesex M. F. 1., 
Concord; Mutual Protection M. F. Ins. Co., Charlestown- Nor- 
folk and Dedham M. F. Ins. Co., Dedliam ; Quincy M F Ins 
Co., Quincy, Salem M. F. Ins. Co., Salem ; Traders' and Me- 
chanics' M. F. Ins. Co., Lowell ; Worcester M. F Ins Co 
Worcester. " 



JAMES MILLAR & CO., 

Coal and Wood, 
1 Main and 69 Water Street, Plymouth. 

H. S. MILLE, 

Pine Grove Farm. Located on Tispaquiu, near 
Waivham Street. Middleboro, Mass. Farm de- 
voted to Dairy, Fruit and Garden products. 





CLASSIFIED 


DIRECTORY. 


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JOHN L. MITCHELL, 
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Coal and Wood, 
Hay, Grain and Straw. Office and Wharf at Wave- 
land, Hull. Residence, Hull. 1'- <>. Address, Al- 
lerton Telephone, Hingham. 


W. D. NOYES, 

Lumber Dealer, Office, 147 Milk Street, Boston. 
Real Estate Dealer, Alliiton and Nantasket. 
Houses and Lots. 


DR. AMOS B. PAUN, 

Thompson Lots. Located on Everett Street, Middleboro. 

These lots are located directly oil the line of BrocktOt] & New Bed- 
lord Street Railway. Forty-three Acres, adapted to House Lois, 
including the above lots, offered for sale. Address Dr. Amos 1!. 
Paun, Middleboro, 


PLYMOUTH ELECTRIC LIGHT CO. 

Plymouth, Mass. 

Geo. P. Weston, President. A. C. Bent, Treasurer. 

E. P. Rowell, Manager. 


JOHN L. MITCHELL, 

Boarding and Livery Stable, 

Telephone connection. Waveland, Mass. 


N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R. 
Real Estate Department, 

Terminal .Station, Boston. 


JOHN G. PAUN. 

Real Estate, Surveying and Conveyancing. 

Residence, The Elms, Main Street, at Four Upper 
Corners, Lakeville, Mass. 


PLYMOUTH NATIONAL BANK, 

Charles B. Stoddard, President. 
Walter L. liovden, Cashier. 
Established 1S03. Plymouth, Mass. 


J. A. MONROE, 

Rockland. Coach Line, Teaming, Jobbing, &c. 
Also dealer in Wood. Established 20 years. Horn 
1 S ) < > in North Scituate. Lived in Rockland 43 
years. Road Commissioner. 


CHARLES L. NUTTER,^ 

East Bridgewater. 

Superintendent Carver Cotton Gin Company. 

Factory at Elmwood. Residence, Union Street. 


PEACE HAVEN HOTEL, 

Brant Rock, Mass. Season June 23th to September 15th. All 
Modern Improvements, Perfect Drainage, Superior Cuisine, 
Mineral Spring Water. Surf Bathing, Boating, Fishing, Cycling, 
Golf, Tennis, Croquet, Billiards, Pool, Ping Pong, Whist Parties, 
Circulating Library, Dancing and Ladies' Orchestra. Telephone, 
Telegraph, Money Order Post Office, Physician in attendance. 
Seven hundred feet of Broad Piazzas. Special Rates to Clubs. 
Marshfield Station, Plymouth Division, N. Y., N. 11. & 11. R. R. 
Address F. Earle, M. D , or S. M. Plimpton, Brant Rock, Mass. 


PLYMOUTH SAVINGS BANK, 

Plymouth, Mass. Incorporated 1828. Charles 
S. Davis, President ; Isaac M. Jackson, Vice-Presi- 
dent ; James I). Thurber, Treasurer ; John Russell, 
Clerk. 


MOORE & CO., 

Boston. Contracting Engineers. Contractors for 
Public Works. John J. Moore, E. 11. Cowing. Office, 
12 Pemberton Square. 


RICHARD W. NUTTER, 

Brockton. 

Attoruey-at-Law and Assistant District Attorney. 
Office, 183 Main Street. Room 5. 


PLYMOUTH PIVE CENTS SAYINGS BANK. 

President — William R. Drew. 

Vice-Presidents — E. F. Sherman, Charles P. Hatch. 

Treasurer — William W. Brewster. 


ARTHUR H. MOOREHEAD, 

The Maples Residence, Parsonage St., south of 
Marshfield Station, Marshfield. Raiting and Hoard- 
ing Stable. Barge Service at Humarock Beach. By 
A. H. Moorehead & W. H. Morey. Marshfield. 


COL. H. A. OAKMAN, 

Residence, Union and Oak Streets, 

Marshfield, Mass. 
P. O., North Marshfield. 


JAS. P. PEIRCE, 
Peirce Homestead, Located on Peirce Avenue, 
Lakeville. P. O., Myricks, Mass. Appraiser and 
Dealer in Real Estate, Wood and Lumber. 


PLYMOUTH PUBLIC LIBRARY. 

William Hedge, President. 
Charles G. Davis, Vice-President. 
Nellie Thomas, Librarian. 


REV. H. J. MULLIGAN, 

Pastor St. Paul's (R. C.) Church, 

Hingham. 


NATHAN O. OAKMAN, 

North Hanover. Born, 1867, in Hanover; edu- 
cated in Hanover public schools ; has been con- 
nected with his uncle John B. Brooks since 1886. 


PEMBROKE, TOWN OP 

Selectmen — John M. Monroe, Chairman; Win. 
A. Josselyn, Nathaniel Morton. Town Clerk — 
Geo. Edw. Lewis. 


H. A. POOLE & SON, 

Brockton. Real Estate, Insurance aud Auctioneers. 

Office, 87 Main Street. 


JESSE L. NASON & CO., 

Real Estate, Insurance, Auctioneers, 

408, 409 Tremont Building, Boston. 

Established 1*63. 


D. M. O'BRIEN, 

Rockland. Registered Pharmacist. Savings Bank 
Block. Agent for New York and Boston Despatch 
Express Co. Sale and Livery Stable. Freight for- 
warder, and general contractor. 


J. M. PENNIMAN, 

Whitman. Proprietor Penniman's Express, Whit- 
man and Boston. Office and Residence, 67 South 
Avenue. 


ARTHUR LINDORF POWER. 

Norwell. Farmer, owner of the " Norwell Stock Farm " of 40 
acres, purchased 1S91. A two-story mansion with ell, containing 
12 rooms, situated on a southerly slope, contains wainscoting in 


THE NASON STABLES, 

Kimball & Shattuck, Proprietors. 
Hack, Livery and Boarding Stables. Dealers in 
Horses, Carriages, Harness, Robes and Horse Cloth- 
ing. Telephone connection. 

28 Vernon Street. Rockland, Mass. 


OLD COLONY CLUB, 

25 Court Street, Plymouth. Organized 1769. Officers 1903: 
President— Geo. Mabbett; Vice-Presidents — Eugene Harris Dorr 
and John Russell ; Treasurer — Geo. Uurnaps Hobart ; Executive 
Committee — Ellis Whitney Harlow, Bryon Culver Quinby, Geo. 
Winslow Bradford. 


1825. 77TH Annual Statembnt 1903. 

THE PENNSYLVANIA FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, 

Of Philadelphia. Assets, 1903, 15,797,583.91. Liabilities, $3,- 
600,485.82. Net Surplus, $2,197,098.09. New England Depart- 
ment, General and Local Offices, 75 Kilby Street, Boston, Mass. 
Edward C. Brush, Manager. Frank H. Battilana, Special Agent. 


some rooms, 24 inches wide and 15 feet long in single pieces. 
The old doors with wide panels and quaint latches, retained in 
dining room. Fine old elms and ash trees ornament the grounds, 
dating Lack to iSoo. Elms planted 1840 by Rev. S. J. May. A 
spring on a side hill furnishes water, forced into a tall tower built 
of stones on high ground and forming one of the distinctive fea- 
tures. Products are chiefly milk and hay. Boston business mm 
find this an ideal place to send horses at all seasons of vear. Part 
of farm originally occupied by Wm. Blackmore, killed by In- 
dians April 20, 1676, while defending his family. Wife and chil- 
dren escaped to " Block House " near by. See Deane's history of 
Scituate, p. 125. Present house built 1790 by Capt. Elijah Curtis. 
Subsequently place known as Jonathan Stetson's place. Home 
of Rev. Sam'l J. May of Anti-Slavery fame, later the home of Rev. 
Wm. H. Fish. Mr. Power was bom in Boston August 15, 1S159, 
and educated in public schools ; married August 15, 1SS2, Mary L. 
F. Nash, of So. Scituate. 


NEW ENGLAND TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH CO. 

Executive Office, 101 Milk Street, 
Boston. 


OLD COLONY NATIONAL BANK, 

Main Street, Plymouth, Mass. Chartered as a State 
Bank 1832. Organized as a National Bank 1865. 
Chas. G. Hathaway, President ; Jas. D. Thurber, 
Vice-President ; Geo. L. Gooding, Cashier. 


WM. PERKINS & SON, 

Box Manufacturers. Paper and Wooden Boxes 
and Box Shooks. P. O., Plympton, Mass. Tele- 
phone connection. Win, Perkins, Wm. Perkins, Jr. 


ROBERT J. NEEDHAM, 

Residence, St. George Street, Duxbury. 


REV. JAMES H. O'NEIL, 

Rockland, 

Pastor Church of the Holy Family (R. C). 
Residence, Union Street. 


C. B. PERRY, 

Whitman. 
First-class Livery Stable, Gurney Place. 


J. G. POWERS, 

Plymouth Park Lots. Located on shore of Buzzard's Bav, 
containing fifty acres. Large lots to suit purchasers. High 
Ground, Splendid Boating and Bathing, Delightful View. 
101 Murray Street, New York, or Buzzard's Bay. 


J. H. NELSON, 

Nelson) Homestead. Residence at Nelson Grove, 
Main Street, Lakeville, Mass. Cottage Lots at 
Nelson Grove, Assawoinpsett Pond. 


ORIENT INSURANCE COMPANY, 

Hartford, Conn. Stock Company. Incorporated 
1867. Capital #500,000. A. G. Mcllwaine, Jr., 
President ; James Wyper, Secretary. 


ARTHUR E. PERRY, 

Attoruey-at-Law. New Bedford. 

Office, No. 1 Masonic Building. 


JOS. PRATT, 

Real Estate. Cottage Lots at Newmarket Park, on Buz- 
zard's Bay. Most Desirable Location. Full View of Buz- 
zard's and Monument Bays. Fine Boating, Fishing and 
Bathing. Address Jos. Pratt, Brockton, Mass. 


SIDNEY T. NELSON, 

Nelson Homestead. Settled in 1714. Compris- 
ing 150 acres. Located on Bedford Street, Lake- 
ville. Fronting on Assawoinpsett and Long Ponds. 
P. 0., Lakeville, Mass. 


JAMES E. OTIS, 

North Scituate Lunch House. Lunch and Rooms for the 
Travelling Public. Bowling Alley, Pool Rooms and Shooting 
Gallery Attached. And accommodation for Horses. Located on 
Gannett Street, North Scituate, near the Railroad Station. 


SIDNEY PETERSON, 

Residence, St. George Street, Duxbury. 


JCSLAH H. PRESCOTT, 

Real Estate. Boston. 
Office, 209 Washington Street. 


NEMASKET HOUSE, 

Middleboro, Mass. Thos. G. Sisson, Proprietor. 
Superior accommodation, Low Rates. and all con- 
veniences. First-class Livery ttached to the Hotel. 
Special attention to Travelling men. 


ALPHEUS PACKARD, 

West Hanover. Florist. Coal Dealer. Born, 1842, in East 
Bridgewater. Educated in public schools and East Bridgewater 
Academy. Came to Hanover 1S72; was eighteen years in L. 
Phillips mill, ten years in grocery business in West Hanover and 
since 1897 in coal business. Modern equipped green houses. 
Was Selectman three years, Constable ten years, Trustee Library 
Association and President several years. Served 1S61-4 in Co. C, 
29th Mass. Infantry, partly with regiment and partly on de- 
tached duty. Member Hanover G. A. R. Post. 


AMOS A. PHELPS, 

Rockland. Insurance aud Real Estate. Notary Public. Tele- 
phone. Represents the following Mutual Companies: Berkshire, 
Cambridge, Citizens, Dedham, Fitchburg, Hingham, Holyoke,' 
Lowell, Merrimac, Merchants & Farmers, Norfolk, Traders & 
Mechanics, also Stock Companies, Agricultural, of Watertown, 
N. Y. ; New Hampshire, of Manchester, N. H. ; National Union, 
of Pittsburg, Pa.; Phcenix, of Hartford, Conn.; Phoenix, of 
London, Eng. ; Royal Exchange, of Loudon, Eng. ; Sun, of 
London, Eng. Also the Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Company, 
of Newark, N. J. 


W. C. RAMSDELL, 

Nanumett Heights. Situated on Onset Bay. Cottage Lots 
on Nanumett Heights, overlooking Onset Bav and Buzzard's 
Bay, for Sale. Address W. C. Ramsdell. P. O. Box 191, On- 
set, Mass. Within five minutes of Onset Junction, on Buz- 
zard's Bay, by Trolley. 


EDWARD NICHOLS, 

Architect. 
Mason Building, Boston. 
Residence, Cohasset, Mass. 


CHAS. H. RAND & CO., 

Growers of Cranberries. Bogs located on South 
River Road, near Marshfield Station,N.Y., N. H. & H. 
R. R., South Shore Division. Town of Marshfield. 
P. O, Marshfield, Mass. 


GEORGE NICKERSON, JR., 

4 Liberty Square. Residence, Plymouth. Ameri- 
can Molybdenum Co. Room 66 and 67, Appleton 
Building, Corner Water Street, Boston, Mass. 


ELIOT L. PACKARD, 

Brockton. Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law. Of- 
fice, 87 Main Street. Manager Brockton Mercan- 
tile Collection Agency. 


E. PHILLIPS & SONS, 

Established 1850. E. Y. Perry & Co. , 1850. E. Phillips & Sons 
1874. Manufacturers of Tacks and Shoe Nails, Hardware Up- 
holstery and Saddlery Tacks, Miners' Tacks, Hungarian and Hob 
Nails, Machine Nails and Lasting Machine Tacks, Sheet Lead and 
Zinc Plates. Boston Office, 107 Sumner Street. P. 0. Address 
and Works, South Hanover, Mass. 


A. J. RANDALL, 

Boarding, Baiting, Livery and Coaching. 
Gun Rock Stable. 
Atlantic Avenue. Nantasket, Mass. 


NORRIS HOTEL. 

"Clean and Quiet." "The Norn's Suites," 
European Plan. Cafe. 130 Rooms. Running 
water and steam heat in each room. Free baths. 
Opp. R. R. Station. Telephone 33-612. Geo. E. 
Norris, Mgr. Brockton, Mass. 


S. E. PACKARD & SON, 

Brockton. Paper Box Manufacturers. Factories: 
Station Avenue, Campbello ; Grove Street, Rock- 
land. 


PHILLIPS, BATES & CO., 

Grain, Lumber and Coal, Hay and Straw, Masons' 
Supplies. P. O., Address, Hanover. Stores at 
Hanover, West Hanover, Greenbush, Marshfield. 
Telephone in all the stores. 


A. J. RANDALL, 

Nantasket. Real Estate Dealer. Real Estate for 
Sale aud to Let. Office Atlantic Avenue, Nantasket. 
And also at East Weymouth. 


T. A. NORRIS, 

Real Estate. Stores, Offices, Tenements, For 
Rent. Office in the Norris Hotel. Brockton, Mass. 


BENJAMIN F. PAIGE, 

Willett's Hill Farm. Market Gardener. All 
kinds of Vegetables, Fruit and Choice Poultry. 
Whitman Street, Hanson. P. 0., East Whitman, 
Mass., or Hanson, Mass. 


LOT PHILLIPS & CO., 

Manufacturers of Boot, Shoe and Packing Boxes. 
Printing on Wood a Specialty. Established 1868. 
West Hanover, Mass. Lot Phillips, Josiah W. 
Hinckley, Estate E. Y. Perry. 


REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE AND AUCTION BOARD, 

Boston. Offices Appleton Bay, 4 Liberty Square. 
Henry Parkman, President ; Frederick H. Viaux, 
Treasurer. 


M. K. NORWOOD, 

Builder. General Repairing, Care of Shore prop- 
erty a Specialty. Residence, Washington Street, 
corner Holmes Avenue, Duxbury, Mass. Tele- 
phone connection. 


A. PAPINEAU, 

Lots for sale at Scituate Harbor. Beach Lots and 
Cottages at Sand Hills. Residence on Common 
Street, near Scituate Station. 


MARCUS A. PIERCE, 

Farmer. Bridgewater. 

Residence, North Street. 


WARREN A. REED, 

Brockton. 
Judge of Police Court. 

Residence, 1531 Main Street, C. 


DR. N. K. NOYES, 

Office hours : 8 A. M. ; 1 .30 to 3 P. M. 
Telephone connection. Duxbury, Mass. 


JAS. SHEPARD PARKHURST, 

Elder Briggs Farm. Located on Bedford Street, 
Lakeville, Fronting on Assawoinpsett Pond. P. O., 
Lakeville, Mass. 


PLYMOUTH COUNTY SAFE DEPOSIT & TRUST CO., 

Ellis Brett, President. Isaac N. Nutter, Treasurer. 
183 Main Street, Brockton. 


THE E. P. REED LUMBER YARD, 

Arthur B. Reed, Proprietor. Lumber and Build- 
ing Material. Houses and Lots for Sale. North 
Abington, Mass. Telephone connection. 


ELMER W. NOYES, 

^ Whitman. Dealer in Groceries, Flour, Grain, 
Crockery, &c. Store, 546 Washington Street. Resi- 
dence, 622 Washington Street. 


SETH W. PATY, 

5 Mount Pleasant Avenue, Plymouth. Carpenter and Builder. 
Real Estate Dealer. Houses and Lots for sale on Sandwich, 
Whiting, Lewis, Mt. Pleasant, South and Stafford Streets. 
Houses for Sale and to Rent. Teaming and Contracting Plans 
Made and Estimates Furnished. 


TOWN OF PLYMOUTH. 

Selectmen— H. M. Saunders, Chairman, D. H. Craig, I. C. Ward, 
P. E. Manter, Geo. W. Bradford, Benj. F. Ward, Clerk. Town 
Clerk— Edward L. Burgess. Collector Taxes— Benj. P, Ward. 
Collector Water Rents— N. Reeves Jackson. 


CLARENCE D. REED, 
Whitman. General Manager Commonwealth 
Shoe Manufactory. Residence, 120 South Avenue. 



CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY. 



GEO. A. REED & CO., 

Whitman. General Dealer in Dry and Fancy 
Goods. Store, cornet Washington and Temple 
Streets. Residence, 62a Washington Street. 


ROCKLAND PUBLIC LIBRARY, 
Rockland. 

Angela W. Collins, Librarian. 


JOHN J. SHAW, M. D., 

No. 12 Brewster Street, Plymouth, Mass. 
Office hours : 2 to 4 and 7 to 8 P. M. 


THE STANDISH WORSTED CO., 

Makers of High Grade Cloth. Plymouth, Mass. 
New York Office, 715-717 Broadway. B. F. Mellor, 
President; J. l». Shields, Treasurer; E. H. Dorr, 
Secretary. 


HENRY D. REED, 
Whitman. Farmer, Teaming and Jobbing. Resi- 
dence, 201 School Street. 


ROCKLAND SAVINGS BANK. 

Rockland. 

E. R. Studley, Treasurer. 


WILLIAM E. SHERIFFS, 

Sanitary Plumbing. 

Peinberton Point, Hull Mass. 

Established 33 years. 


NATHL. G. STAPLES, 

Contractor and Builder. Residence, Staples' 
Corners, Lakeville. P. <).. Lakeville, Mass. Cot- 
tages to let and lots to lease at Joe Hooker Beach, 
Assawompsett Pond. 


MARCUS S. REED, 

Whitman. 
Farmer. Residence, 342 Bedford Street. 


ROCKLAND, TOWN OF 
Selectmen — Chas. A.Townsend, Chairman; Henry 
T. Smith, John J. McCarthy. Town Clerk— Eze- 
kiel R. Studley. 


FRANK E. SHERRY, 

Formerly of Hyde & Sherry, Civil Engineer and 
Surveyor, 15 Court Square, Boston, Mass. Resi 
deuce, 71 Kenwood Street, Dorchester. Telephone, 
807 Main. 


A. WILBERT STARRATT & CO., 
Real Estate Brokers. 

50 State Street, Boston. Telephone, Boston 1532. 


F. M. REYNOLDS, 
Surfside, Nantasket. Postmaster. Member 
Hoard of Assessors. All kinds fine Interior and 
Exterior House Painting. Prompt and efficient 
service. 


ALDEN ROUNSEVILLE, JR., 

Manufacturer and Dealer in Lumber. 
Mill on the Rottuseville Road, Rochester, Mass. 


W. D. SHURTLEFF, M. D., 

9 Court Street, Plymouth, Mass. 
Office hours : 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P. M. 


STATE NORMAL SCHOOL, 

Bridgewater. 
AlbertG. Boyden, President. Established 1840. 


RHODES & RIPLEY CLOTHING CO., 

Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in Mens', 
Youths' and Boys' Clothing, Lincoln Building, 72 
Lincoln Street, Boston. Telephone: Oxford 485. 


MARTIN O. ROUNSEVILLE, 

Real Estate. Middleboro, Mass. 


JOHN F. SIMMONS, 

Attorney-at-Law. 

M13 and 1 1 14 Peinberton Building, Boston, Mass. 
Telephone 131, Hay market. 


CHARLES STEERE. 

Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Niles Block, 
No. 27 School .Street, Boston. Residence, Turkey 
Hill Lane, Hingham. 


EDWIN I. RHODES, 

Bridgewater. 
Farmer and Selectman, Residence, Pleasant St. 


JOHN E. RUDDERHAM, 

Real Estate, Mortgages, Fire, Life, Health 
and Accident Insurance. Positively no misrepre- 
sentation. Cottages cared for while vacated. Aller- 
ton, Mass. Telephone connection. 

W. H. H. RYDER, 

Wood, Lumber, and Water supply. General 
Teaming. Residence, Spring and Ryder Lane, 
Marion, Mass. Telephone connection. 


THE SIPPICAN HOTEL, 

C. W. Ripley, Proprietor. Marion, Mass. 
Manager The College Arms, DeLand, Florida. 


GEO. W. STETSON, 

Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law. Notary Public. 
Rooms 4 and 5 Bank Block, Middleboro, Mass. 
Telephone, 9-4. 


ALGER W. RICE, M. D., 

Residence, Cottage Street, Marion, Mass. Office 
hours before 8 A. M. ; 12 to 3 P. M. ; 6 to 8 P. M. 
Telephone connection. 


SMITH'S TAVERN, 

Formerly Taylor's Tavern. George A. Smith, Proprietor. 
Order Cooking a Specialty. Private Dining Rooms. First- 
Class Stable. Take Green Hill Cars. Telephone, Hingham 
21-350. Atlantic Avenue, Nantasket Beach. 


ENOS M. STODDARD, 

Riverside Farm. Residence at Stoddard's Cor- 
ners, North part of Town of Marshfield. P. O., 

Marshfield Hills. 


COL. CHARLES L. RICE. 

Rockland. August, iS62,aged 20, enlisted as a private in Tenth 
Vermont Vol. Infantry. Appointed corporal and detailed as one 
of color guard. In July, 1S63, was on recruiting service in Ver 
mont. While there ordered before Examining Board, Major-Gen. 
Casey, President, for examination for a commission in colored 
troops, and received commission as captain October 27, 1863, and 


SAMOSET HOUSE, 

Plymouth. Clark and Green, Proprietor. If you are in search 
of rest, comfort and pure Ocean air, this is the place to come 
to. Open all the year. Near all points of historic interest. 
Five acres of grounds. Golf links within 5 minutes ride. 
Send for Booklet. 


E. 6NOW, JR. 

Real Estate and Mortgages. Cohasset, Scituate and 
South Shore Property a Specialty. Room 79 Equitable 
Building, 150 Devonshire Street, Boston. Telephone con- 
nection. 


STONE & WEBSTER, 

93 Federal Street, Boston. 

After October 1, 1903, India Building, Corner Mer- 
chants' Row and State Street. 


assigned to Seventh Regt. U. S. Colored Troops. Remained at 
Camp Stanton, Maryland, until March, 1S64. when the brigade, of 
which the Seventh Regiment was part, went to Florida. _ Later 
the Seventh returned to Virginia, and in October Captain Rice was 
appointed Acting Assistant Inspector General of 1st Brigade, 2d 
Division, 25th Army Corps. Participated in engagements in fall 
of '64 and spring of '65 about Richmond and Petersburg. Was 
in the last engagement and at Appomattox at the surrender of Lee. 
Shortly after this Col. Rice was brevetted Major and Lieutenant- 


ISAAC SAMPSON, 

Sampson Homestead. Residence, Main Street 
and Crooked Lane, Lakeville, Mass. Owner of Oak 
Bluffs, at Assawompsett Pond. P. 0., Lakeville, 
Mass. 


W. N. SNOW, 

Furniture, Carpets, Window Shades, Drapers 
Goods, Etc. 

Odd Fellows' Block. Plymouth, Mass. 


STONE & WEBSTER, 

General Managers, Brockton & Plymouth Street Railway Co., 
Plymouth, Mass. J. D. Tlmrber, President : Charles I. Litchfield, 
Vice-President; H. B. Sawyer, Treasurer ; A.J. Betuis, Manager. 
Address all letters to the Company. 


Colonel for "gallant and meritorious services." With the 25th 
Army Corps went to Texas. Captain Rice, soon after landing at 
Indianola, received appointment of A. A. Inspector-General of 
District of Victoria. A few months later same appointment for 
Central District of Texas, headquarters at San Antonio. The last 
six months of his stay in Texas was on the staff of Maj.-Gen. 
I Ieint/elman. October, 1866, command was mustered out of 
United States service at Baltimore, Md. 


P. FRANK SAMPSON, 

Plymouth. Court Square Market. Choice Cuts 
of Beef, Etc. Green Vegetables of all kinds in 
their season. 


GEO. D. SOULE, 
Whitman. Whitman Insurance Agency. 
Established 1S83. General Fire, Life and Accident Insur- 
ance. Real Estate Bought and Sold. Tenements cared for. 
Justice of the Peace. Tieasurer Co-Operative Bank. 
Offices Co-operative Bank Building. Whitman and at East 
Whitman P. O. 


W. H. STURGIS, M. D. 

Allerton. Physician and Surgeon. Born and educated in 
Public Schools of Vermont, High School St. Albans, Uni- 
versity of Vermont and Baltimore Medical College. Located 
in Allerton since 1895. Student with the well-known Dr. 
M. II. Powers, Fairfax, Vt. 


W. S. RICHARDS, 

Real Estate Dealer. 

Office and Residence, Allerton. 

Boston Office, 66 Equitable Building. 


WM. H. SANDERSON, 
Bridgewater. 

Superintendent of Schools. 

Office, High School Building. 


Lawrence P. Soule. Parker F. Soule. 
L. P. SOULE & SON, 

Building Contractors. 

166 Devonshire Street, Boston. 


J. C. SULLIVAN, 

Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law. 
No. 3 Bank Building. Middleboro. 


GEORGE F. RICHARDS, 

Contractor for 

Masonry, Grading and Excavating Work. 

P. O. Box 121. Marion, Mass. 


HENRY W. SAVAGE, 

Boston. Every Branch of Real Estate. Largest 
office in New England. Established 1840, 7 Pem- 
bertou Square. 


SOUTH SCITUATE SAVINGS BANK. 

Norwell, Mass. 
Horace T. Fogg, Treasurer. 


WM. E. SUPPLE, 

Contractor and Builder. Houses for sale and to 
let. Care of property a specialty. Residence, 
Brook Street. Scituate Harbor, Mass. Telephone 
connection. 


C. L. RICE & SON, 

Dealers in Furniture, Bedding, Carpeting, Crocker}-, Cut- 
lery, Curtains, Wall Papers, etc. Upholstering and Furni- 
ture Repairing. Furnishing Undertakers. Established 1866 
as a Dry Goods Store. Furniture added 1876. Rockland, Mass. 


A. B. SAVARY, 

Civil Engineer and Surveyor. Proprietor of Bay 
Side Trout Farm. Eggs, Fry and Yearling. Resi- 
dence, Great Neck Road, Town of Warehain. R. R. 
Station Onset Junction. P. O., East Warehain. 


SOUTH RIVER COMPANY, 

North Duxbury, Mass. Growers of Cranberries. Nearest 
Railroad Station, Marshfield. Buyers of Fruit always wel- 
come at our bog. W. E. Damon, President ; Horace B. 
Maglathlin, General Manager; Edwin A. Stevens, Treasurer. 


A. N. SWALLOW & CO., 

Wholesale Grocers. 12 and 13 City Square, 
Charlestown. Telephone connection. George N. 
Swallow, A. A. Fales. 


FRANCIS M. RIPLEY, 

Contractor and Builder, 
P. 0. Box, 83. Hingham Center, Mass. 


H. SAWYER, 

Banker. Boston, Mass. 


SAMUEL H. SPALDING, M.D., 

South Street, corner Lafayette Avenue, Hing- 
ham. Office Hours : 1 to 2 and 6 to 7 p. M. Usually 
till 8.30 A. M. Telephone. 


EDWARD M. SWEENY, 

South Hanover. Farmer and owner of "The Elms" farm of 
about 75 acres since 1876, situated on Elm Street near Curtis Cross- 
ing. Name derived from beautiful trees surrounding house, one 
especially large shading driveway. A brook crosses the land. 
Spring furnishes water for house. Good supply of timber. A 
large dwelling house faces south-east. To south-west is the Old 
Curtis Anchor Forge, where the anchors were made for the old 
frigate "Constitution." Buildings now used as a rubber mill. 
Grass is chief product. The land suited for n\\ kinds of crops. 
Mr. Sweeny was born in Plattsburg, X. V., 1834. Married 1875 
at Clintonville, N. Y., to Lucy Margaret Thaxter. Member 
Plymouth County Agricultural Society and Marshfield Agricultural 
Society. 


FREEMAN L. ROBBINS, 

General Store. Warehain, Mass. Grower of 
choice Cranberries. Bogs in town of Warehain. 
Telephone connections. 


J. K. & B. SEARS & CO., 

Dealers in all kinds of Lumher. Gutters, Mouldings, 
Doors, Windows, Screen Doors, Window Screens, Hardware, 
Drain Pipe, Paints, Oils, &c Opposite R. R. Station, Mid- 
dleboro, Mass. Yards at Middleboro and Hyannis. Tele- 
phone connection. 


C. W. & E. H. SPARRELL, 

Undertakers and Embalmers, Norwell, Mass. 
Telephone connection. Established 1S55 by Charles 
W. Sparrell. E. H. Sparrell associated with father. 
Prompt personal attention night and day. 


GEORGE A. ROBBINS, 

Carpenter and Builder. Jobbing and Repairing 
promptly attended to. Plans and Specifications 
furnished on application. Shop on Wood Street. 
Residence, 108 Warehain St., Middleboro, Mass. 


M. G SEAVERNS & CO., 

The Variety Store. Successors to Seaverns & Spear, North 
Scituate, Mass. Telephone connection. Groceries, Butter, Flour, 
Dry Goods, Hay, Grain, Furniture, Bedding, Stoves, Crockery, 
Trunks, Tinware and Wood. Mount Blue Mineral Spring Water. 
Teas and Coffees, Kennedy's Crackers and Biscuit, Lowney's Bon 
Bous, Medicines, Boots, Shoes, Rubbers, Mens' Underwear, Re- 
frigera'ors, Lamps, Oil Heaters, Quaker Ranges, Horse Blankets, 
Robes and Whips, Garden Tools, Seeds, Paints, Wall Paper, Straw 
Matting, Oilcloth, Hammocks, Lawn Mowers, Window Screens, 
Fishing Outfits, Stationery. Agents for Buttericks Patterns, De- 
lineator and Glass of Fashion. General Merchandise. 


JOHN R. SPEARWATER, 

Waveland. Complete outfit Boats and Fishing Tackle. 
Smelt fishing is great sport. Fishing grounds are best on 
coast. Patronized by many leading business men of Boston 
and elsewhere, who enjoy fishing. 


FRED'K H. SYLVESTER, 

Justice of the Peace. Real Estate and Mortgages. 
Sea Shore Property. Hull, Allerton and Kenberma. 
Telephone, Hingham. 


L. T. ROBBINS, 

Dealer in Long and Short Lumber Doors, Sashes, 
Blinds, Clapboards, Shingles, Laths and Hemlock 
Lumber, Southern Pine, &c. Yard and Office at the 
shore. Off Court Street. Plymouth, Mass. 


WILLIAM SPELLMAN, 

Whitman. Dealer in General Groceries, Provi- 
sions, &c. Store South Avenue. Residence, 96 
Beulah Street, also Dealer in Real Estate. 


SYLVESTER & COOPER, 

Masons, Contractors and Builders. Office 101 Tremont 
Street, Boston. Office hours from 12 to 2. Telephone con- 
nection. Residence of H. II. Sylvester at North Scituate, 
near Railroad Station. H. H. Sylvester, I. C. Cooper. 


J. G. ROBINSON, 

Lone Star Poultry and Pigeon Ranch. Located 
on Mountain Ave., Pembroke. Plymouth County 
Squab Breeders. Eggs and Stock at all times. P.O., 
Pembroke, Mass. Telephone 3-4. 


HENRY T. SEYMOUR, 

Capitalist. 
Residence, Court Street, Plymouth, Mass. 


JOHN SPENCE & CO., 

Leather and Leather Remnants. Shoe Trimmings 
and Bleachers of Calf Skirtings. 

Rockland, Mass. 


ROBERT SYLVESTER, 

Hanover. Owner of the well-known " Elm wood Farm " 
on Washington Street, containing 150 acres of tillage and 
woodland. This farm has been in possession of the family 
since his grandfather Michael's time. Then to Robert, then 


ALBERT ROBINSON, 

Whitman. Superintendent of Schools. Office 
at High School Building. 


HARLAN P. SHAW, 

Teacher Normal School. Real Estate. 
Residence, South Street, Bridgewater. 


WM. L. SPRAGUE, 

Real Estate. Surveyor and Convej'ancer. 
Justice of the Peace. 

Main Street, Marshfield, Mass. 


to present owner. The specialty is dairying with thorough 
modern equipment. About twenty head of graded Jersey 
cows. Delivers about 4,400 quarts of milk a day, his market 
being amongst the best people of Rockland. 


ROCKLAND BOARD OF FIRE ENGINEERS, 

Rockland, Mass. 

N. B. Foster, Chief; W. T. Thompson, First 
Assistant ; J. H. Burke, Clerk; J. S. Smith, H. B. 
Burgess. 


E. E. SHAW, 
Steam Saw Mill. Carver, Mass. 


SPRINGFIELD FIRE & MARINE INSURANCE CO., 

Springfield, Mass. 

F. H. Williams, Treas. Office, 393 Main Street. 


SYLVESTER HOUSE, 

Allerton. W. H. Sylvester, Proprietor. Up to-date House 
of twenty-five rooms. Electric Lights. Hot and Cold Baths. 
Sanitary Plumbing. Telephone connection. Mr. Sylvester 
has been Postmaster at Allerton since 1S97. 



CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY. 



HERBERT A. THAYER, 

Rockland. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Ice, Office 104 
Market Street, Cutsaboul 4,500 tons of ice annually on Studley 
and Caching Ponds*, where spacious li uses arc located. Analysis 
of water show high degree of purity. Established 1896. Prompt 

soi vice ami dose attention to delivery. Also teaming and jobbing. 


VINING SOUTH SHORE SYNDICATE OF NEWSPAPERS. 
Weymouth Enterprise, Cohasset Sentinel, Norwell 
Homestead, Duxbury Standard, Hull Beacon, Hing- 
hain Bucket, Scituate Light, Marshfield Outlook, 
Nantasket Beach Breeze. Residence, Miss Floretta 
Vining, Stony Beach, Hull, Mass. 


C. E. WEST, 
Dealer in Groceries and Provisions, Hay, Grain, 

Wood, Coal, Paints, Oil, Tin and Wooden Ware. 
Small Wares. Cor. Nantasket Avenue and U Street, 

Allertou, Mass. Public Telephone. 


MORRIS F. WHITON, 

Residence, Hingham. 390 Atlantic Avenue, 
Vice-President Chase Shawmut Co., Boston, Mass. 


NELSON THOMAS, 

Tispaquin Farm, Wareham and Tispaquin Streets, Middleboro, 
Mass. Farm of 1 -'- 1 acres, besutlfnlly located on Tispaquin Pond, 
near trolley cars and State Road, three miles from Middleboro 
Center. Splendid location for Residence or Building Lots. A 
living spring on farm, extra quality water. 


R. WM. E. VINING. 

Florist. Hingham. Mais. Cut Flowers or pot plants not in 
shirk furnished at short notice. Cut flowers, pot plants, de 
decorations, bedding plants. New England grown nursery 
Stock. Ship alt over the country. Established seven years. 
60 South Street. Telephone connection. 

ESTATE OF HENRY WADSWORTH, 

Acacia Villa, 
Washington Street, Duxbury, Mass. 


ALBERT J. WEST, 

Boston. Real Fstate Agent. Manager Park- 
Island, contaiuingabout t! acres of elevated land and 
same amount of beaches, divided into 46 lots. No 
lots sold for investment or speculation. Lots only 
sold to those who will erect good houses and occupy 
them. Office, 1001 Barrister's Hall, 11, 15, 25 Pem- 
berton Square. 


FREMONT WHITTEN, 

"Ruthven." 

Residence, Pleasant Street, Marshfield, Mass. 

P. O., Sea View, Mass. Telephone. 


FERD THOMPSON & CO., 

Specialties for Shoe Manufacturers. Sole Manufacturers of 
Thompson's Original Talent Wax Blacking. New Wax Stains For 

Bottoms. New Crown Oak Paint Slain*. .Manufacturers' Sup- 
plies, etc Shoe Tacks and Xails. Removed i<> 112 Pear] Street. 
Boston, Mass, CJ, S. A. Connected bv Telephone. 
J. F. Thompson, N. B. FOSTER. 


CHARLES A. WILBUR, 

Postmaster, 
Bridgewater. 


ARTHUR E. TORREY, 

Rockland. Machinist and Licensed Engineer, Born in 

1865 in Rockland. Educated in Public Schools. Learned 
his business in Rockland, and now engaged with his father, 
J. A. Torrey. 


WASHBURN LIBRARY, 

East Bridgewater. 

Wm. H. Taylor, Lucy Siddall, 

Ch. Trustees. Librarian. 


WEST BRIDGEWATER PUBLIC LIBRARY, 

Howard Seminary Building. 
May L. Perkins, Librarian. 


ELI W. WILLIAMS, 

Highland Farm. Located on Highland Road, Lakeville, 
Mass. Grower of Potatoes, Corn and general farm products. 
Farm of 60 acres, between Assawompsett and Long Ponds, 
near Highland Station. Electric Railway. 


H. A. TORREY, 

Rockland. Market Gardener. Modern Hot 
Houses with Complete Equipments. Ships pro- 
ducts to Rockland, Abington, Whitman, Boston 
and New York. 


CHAS. H. WATERHOUSE, 

Dealer in choice Groceries and Provisions, Fruits, 
Vegetables and Fish. Agent for Besse's Ice Cream. 
Main Street, Hull, Mass. 


WEST BRIDGEWATER, TOWN OF 

Selectmen — E. Bradford Wilbur, Chairman ; Geo. 
F. Logue, Edwin H. Hayes. Town Clerk— Charles 
R. Packard. 


ARTHUR H. WILLIS, 

High-class Commercial Printing of every de- 
scription. Bridgewater, Mass. 


J. A. TORREY, 

Rockland. Soap Manufacturer and Renderer of Soap Grease 
and Tallow. Ground Beef Scraps and Bone for Fowl a Specialty. 
Market Street. Business established by J. Torrey in 1848. Father 
of J. A. Torrey. Present factory located in old School House, 
where J. A. Torrey attended school. 


EBEN C. WATERMAN, 

Hanover, Mass. 
Notary Public and Justice of the Peace. 


• JOSEPH B. WHITE, 

Successor to Joseph White. Established 1833. 
Dealer in Fine Carriages, Horses, Wagons, Harnesses, 
etc. North Hanson, Mass. Telephone connections. 


DANIEL P. WISE, 

" Crestholm." 
Residence, Beach Street, North Scituate Beach. 


DANIEL N. TOWER. 

Cohasset. Surveyor. Established in Cohasset 
since 1870. Superintendent Cohasset Water Works. 
President Cohasset Electric Co. Commodore Cohas- 
set Yacht Club. Residence N. Main St., opp. The 
Common. 


R. C. WATERMAN, 

Established i860. Manufacturer of Tacks and 
Fine Nails. L. C. Waterman & Sons and Hanover 
Tack Co: Brands. Hanover, Mass. 


MRS. SARAH C. WHITING, 

Hanover. Born 1852, daughter of Hiram and Lucinda 
(Bailey) Whiting, of Hanover. Educated in Hanover Schools 
and Bridgewater Normal. Began teaching at 16, and has fol- 
lowed this since, mostly in Hanover. Now Principal in West 
Hanover Grammar School. Married to Lucius A. Whiting, 
of Hanover, who died in 1894. Four of his brothers served 
in the Union Army. All deceased save one. Mrs. Whiting 
has erected a new home and other buildings, just off Cir- 
cuit Street, where she has a warm welcome for her many 
friends. 


D. HERBERT WOOD. 

General Contractor, Carpenter and Builder. Architectural 
Draughting. Estimates Furnished. Sawing, Planing. Moulding 
and Turning. Jobbing a Specialty. Wall Papers and Room 
Moulding. Mill and Office, Margin Street, Cohasset. Residence, 
North Scituate, Mass. Agent for Fireman's Fund Insurance Co. 
Telephone connection. 






ARTHUR R. TRAIN, 

Residence, Haut-Bay Castle, Duxbury, Mass. 
Telephone. 


WAVELAND HOTEL, 

Waveland Hull. About five minutes walk front 
Waveland Station, N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R. Contains 
about 100 well furnished and comfortable single and 
double rooms. Telephone and Telegraph service. De- 
lightfully located on and fronting Hull Bay. Good 
table and service. Seventh season under the manage- 
ment of Mrs. Jennie R. Spearwater. P. 0. Address Al- 
lerton, Mass. Baiting and Boating safe for children. 


FRANK C. WOODWARD, 

Mason and Gontractor. 
All kinds of Mason Work. Residence, 3 Main 
Street, Kingston, Mass. P. 0. Box 212. 




WHITMAN PUBLIC LIBRARY, 

Whitman, 
E. S. Spilstead, Librarian. 




W. E. TRUFANT, 

Whitman. 
Inventor and Manufacturer. 

Residence, 34 Hayden Avenue. 


WOODWARD & 'WRIGHT, 

Last Manufacturers, 
69 Perkins Avenue C. Brockton. 


MRS. J. S. TURNER, 

Rockland- Summer Residence, Quittacus Lake, Lakeville. 
Owner of Quittacus Cranberry Bojj. situated about $% miles from 
Lakeville Station. Containing about 13 acres. Raises a very 
superior quality of berries picked entirety by residents of neigh- 
borhood. Entire crop is taken by one New York dealer. 


GEORGE F. WELCH. 

Scituate. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Lumber. Hardware, 
Agricultural Supplies and Furniture, Coal, Wood, Hay and Straw. 
Masons' and Painters' Materials, Harrison's " Town and Coun- 
try" Ready Mixed Paints, Fishermen's Goods, Harnesses, Horse 
Goods, and Stable Fittings, House Furnishing Stoves and Tin 
Ware, Seeds and Fertilizers. 


WHITMAN SAVINGS BANK, 
Bank Block. Whitman. 

President, Geo. O. Jenkins ; Treasurer, Geo. D. 
Alden. 


WILLIAM J. WRIGHT, 

Pine Hill, 

St. George Street, Duxbury, Mass. 


THOMAS TYNDALE. 

South Hanover. Farmer. Has owned about 43 acres on 
Rroadway, Winter, etc., streets, since 18S5. Plenty of water from 
brook and well. Three acres of timber on Silver Street Farm 
buildings and good 2^-story house and ell and large barn with good 
accommodations for stock keeping. There are two cranberry bogs, 
containing about 7j^ acres, producing about 500 barrels of berries 
annually. Raises hay fir own use, and various fruits, apples, etc. 
Mr. Tyndale was born in Clintonville, Clinton County, N. Y., 1847. 
Educated in public schools. Came to Hanover 1871. Married 
1S76, Flora Augusta Bryant, of West Pembroke, Mass. One son, 
Edward Henry, at present a student of the Royal Academy at 
Munich, Bavaria. 


WILLARD WELSH, 

Real Estate, Mortgages, and Insurance. 1 5 Ex- 
change Street, Boston, Mass. Factory Land with 
Wharf and Railroad Facilities, a Specialty. Tele- 
phone 1 196 Main. 


WHITMAN, TOWN OF 

Selectmen— George D. Soule, Chairman ; Andrew 

C. Brigham, Benjamin C. Reed. Assessors —George 

D. Soule, Chairman ; Arthur D. B. Butler, Isaiah 
T. Churchill. Town Clerk— Geo. H. Pearson. 


HENRY A. WYMAN, 

Attorney and Cotmsellor-at-Law. 
53 State Street. Room 809. Boston, Mass. 



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